Busted With Pot or Not, Paris Hilton Is Overcompensating on Twitter
Back at the World Cup in South Africa, Paris Hilton almost got busted with the green, held briefly by a judge for marijuana possession, but then was ultimately released with no charges. Life is sweet. From Africa, the heiress continued her lifelong vacation, eventually making her way to France for some rest and relaxation after her last grueling trip. Sick of not seeing the ocean, Hilton headed for the French island of Corsica to show off her yacht-ready bikini body. Reportedly, she brought weed. And again the authorities intervened, and again, she was let go without charges. All lies, she says! Her life is perfect. Like, really, really perfect.
First, Paris came through with something resembling an official statement. Sic throughout, forever and always:
Just to put an end to these rumors. The stories saying I have been arrested are completely false! I am having the best vacation of my life! What an amazing summer! I feel so blessed and grateful for everything. I Love Life!! :) Now let's move on and everyone focus and enjoy their own summer time! Love you guys! Xo Paris
Fair enough. Maybe Paris and the police just had a little chat. There was smoke in the air and that was her clearing it. K? Okay. But she wasn't done:
"I Love Summer Time!" she wrote, attaching the above picture of her on a wave runner. "Just got back from riding the wave runners, so much fun! The water is so warm and clear. Laying out on the yacht with my girls getting tan."
Sounds like a hell of a day. But how did she spend her night? "Had the best time tonight at Billionaire Club with my girls! We rocked the house! Party animals!!! Huuuuggeeeeeeeee!!!!!! :D"
Well, then! I mean: Well, thennnnnn!!!!!!!!! :P
"They are just bored with their own lives," she tweeted of her critics. "Sucks to be them." And she unleashed the wave of (totally not transparent in any way) positivity:
Sucks to be us, right? ;-)
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