Paris Hilton is said to be “devastated and beyond upset” that she will be forced to stay at a Japanese airport hotel overnight before being questioned tomorrow. Read more on Japan refusing to allow Paris Hilton entry into their country below.
Paris Hilton was held in Tokyo for questioning today after her court appearance yesterday in Las Vegas. Hilton entered a guilty plea to possessing cocaine and received a year of probation along with community service and a $2000 fine.
The young socialite had flown to Tokyo for business today but was held for questioning for six hours today. She was later moved to a hotel and faces further interrogation tomorrow.
“Paris is at a designated hotel that Japanese immigration officials recommended she go to. The hotel is close to the airport. It’s unclear if Paris will cancel the business trip and come home,” a revealed.
“Paris is beyond upset as she was looking forward to this trip for months. Paris doesn’t want to let down her business partners, nor her fans. Paris loves Japan, and Asia and is hoping this can be sorted out so she can proceed with the meetings, store opening, and meet her fans.
“Paris has the utmost respect for Japan and this mishap has truly devastated her.”
There may be a decision made tomorrow on if the heiress will be allowed to enter Japan tomorrow.
“Paris Hilton was delayed by immigration authorities at a Japanese airport this evening after arriving for business obligations planned many months earlier,” her spokesperson said in a statement.
“Paris was contractually bound to her business trip and didn’t want to let down her brands and many Asian fans. She intended on fulfilling her contract and is trying hard to do the responsible thing, but this is beyond her control.”
Paris, 29, had been planning to debut her new fashion collection in Japan tomorrow. She had also planned to head to Jakarta, Indonesia after Japan to open a shop and then head to Malaysia.
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