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Sunday, 10 June 2007

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Los Angeles - (Ass Mess): Greek shipping heir and former Paris Hilton fiance Paris Latsis is reported to have made an official request to visit his former betrothed in LA's Twin Towers jail just as soon as shrinks sign her off as stable enough to receive visitors.

Hilton however is under a 72 hour curfew which bars all outside, contact even with family, until a full medical and psychiatric evaluation is completed on Judge Sauer's orders.

Latsis, 27, told Athens reporters today that he felt Hilton "sure could use a friend right now" after a media circus publicised her total humiliation at the court of LA District Judge Michael T Sauer.

"It's been over between us for a couple years now," latsis said today.

"But we're still frineds - I hope! - and as a friend I'm mad at the way she's slid down so far the slippery slope.

"Maybe she got into all this trouble because she was depressed after our breakup, who knows?

"She certainly acted a whole lot weirder thatn ever before in the run up to the parole violation bust.

"I'm putting in an official visitation order request, sure why not.

"But it can be pretty hard to get in these days.

"They make you give a urine sample 12 hours before, you have to get sponsored by three local approved officials like a judge or a politician or a priest, then you put up a kinda bailbond of $5,000 at the prison check-in, then they frisk ya before you get past the turnstile.

"But hey! I'm willing to go through all that, if that's what she wants.

"I'm hoping the mandate will come through by Thursday if Arnie signs me in like he promised my Mom, and Senator Fienstein seconds that.

"Watch this space to see how it works out for me."

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