Paris Hilton is set to be released from jail on Tuesday. The hotel heiress, who is currently serving a 45-day sentence at California' s Century Regional Detention Facility for driving with a suspended licence, will be freed early due to overcrowding. Paris, who has also had the length of her incarceration reduced for good behaviour, will have served just half of her sentence. The Los Angeles Sheriff's department spokesman refused to reveal what time she will leave jail and if any special arrangements have been made for her release.
Paris, 26, will earn a reported £150,000 for a magazine interview and a further £500,000 for her first TV interview revealing all about her time in prison. Last week, 'The Simple Life' star claimed she was grateful for the time she had spent behind bars because it made her appreciate her privileged upbringing. She said: "I just can't wait to see my family and have a nice meal and be in my own bed and appreciate all the things I took for granted." Paris' fellow inmates are said to be desperately snatching cutlery, towels and orange jumpsuits used by the blonde singer-and-actress to sell.
Meanwhile, Paris' mother Kathy Hilton is reportedly searching for companies to sponsor her daughter's welcome home party at Caesars Palace Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.