Paris Hilton not likely to secure a plea deal in drug bust

Paris Hilton was arrested on Friday night after cops found a “small bindle” of cocaine in her purse. At the time, she claimed that the purse was borrowed and has vehemently denied owning the cocaine in question.

Since, Paris has been charged with felony possession and she’s likely to be facing one to four years in prison over the arrest. In addition to that, the heiress could have to pay a fine of $5,000, which she probably considers to be an hour’s worth of spending cash on a shopping spree.

Now, it’s been said that Paris is not likely to secure a plea deal in the case. Radar Online reports:

District Attorney David Roger is highly unlikely to offer Paris a plea bargain deal on her cocaine possession charge, a source close to the case told exclusively.

Roger is running for reelection and has a record of high-profile victories in the legal arena.

“This is a high profile case, right before a very important election, and it’s very likely that there will be no plea bargaining down of these charges,” said the source.

You do the crime, you do the time. I guess that’s the message here. Do you feel sorry for her?

Update: Paris has proven Radar’s source WRONG!

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