According to police, Paris was a passenger in that vehicle that was pulled over outside the Wynn Hotel in Vegas, where her life-saving boyfriend, Cy Waits, is based.
The police noticed the car leaving a “smoke trail” and decided to pull over the vehicle for an inspection.
The driver was popped fr DUI (drugs, not alcohol) and when Paris Hilton was searched, police found her in possession of a controlled substance.
Police said that tests revealed the substance to be cocaine and decided to arrest the Hilton empire heiress.
Remember the World Cup arrest for pot possession? Well, it seems she didn’t learned any lesson from that episode.
In the end, she was later released on her own recognizance.
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Blood carries less oxygen at high altitudes, leading to a lack of oxygen in bodily tissue, called hypoxia. That, in turn, can cause nausea, confusion and fatigue — hardly the attributes the military’s after in battle-ready troops. By augmenting blood flow to tissues, the research team hopes to enhance oxygen delivery too.
That’s an adaptive process the human body is already capable of, but the necessary acclimatization can take weeks. Dr. Jonathan Stamler, who’s leading the research at Case Western, says the drugs will essentially do what we already can.
“We’re essentially mimicking nature here,” he tells Danger Room. “Take people climbing mountains, who will set up base camps at varying altitudes to give their bodies time to adjust. We’re making these mechanisms much, much more acute — a matter of minutes, rather than days.”
They haven’t told anything whether the drug is addictive nor about its side effects. Currently the substance is tested on animals. In three years, they want it to be used by the military.
The $4.7 million project is being developed by researchers at the Institute Case Western Reserve School of Medicine and financially supported by DARPA, the agency that is leading through concepts and amazing technological achievements: EATR (fully autonomous robots), Transformer (flying machine) and many more.
Judge Marsha Revel, who insisted that Lindsay Lohan should always wear a bracelet that monitors his blood alcohol concentration, emergency recalled Tuesday, the actress’s lawyer, after learning that the device began to transmit light and audio signals, during a gala attended by the American artist.
Lindsay Lohan violated a court order which banned her from drugs and alcohol. Linsday attended the party held Sunday night after the MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles, attracting the eyes of those present when monitoring bracelet began to emit light and audible signals, announcing the authorities that Lindsay Lohan is violating the terms of parole agreement. Lindsay Lohan was forced to wear this bracelet in May, after she missed a hearing in the U.S. court, beeing accused of using drugs and driving a car drunk.
Judge Marsha Revel recalled Tuesday in court, in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, the prosecutor’s office representatives and Shawn Chapman Holley, Linsday Lohan’s lawyer. After an emergency hearing, Marsha Revel decided that signals from the alarm monitoring bracelet indicate that Linsday violated the terms of parole system. U.S. judge has set a new bond worth $200,000 and a further hearing in this case, will take place on July 6.
This is the second arrest warrant issued on behalf of Lindsay Lohan in the last month, after she missed the hearing scheduled on May 20, claiming that her passport has been stolen during the Cannes Film Festival and she was forced to stay in Europe.
Former Disney star (“Diary of a teenage”, “Herbie”) and big hope for Hollywood, Lindsay Lohan was in the spotlight in 2007 after being arrested twice for drunk driving after spending two months in a rehab clinic. In addition, when she was arrested, police found in the car heading small quantities of drugs. This incident drew in August 2007, a one day prison sentence – which carried just 84 minutes – and ten hours of community work. Also, the actress is under judicial supervision by the end of this year.
Whitney Houston embarrassed herself on stage in Brisbane, where she began to gang although she sang only two songs.
The audience left early from concert, being disappointed, while organizers tried to defend Whitney, stating that she is going through a difficult period.
The artist began his tour in Australia recently, where she dared to walk for the first time since 1988.
Shortly after she climbed on stage, Whitney was exhausted and had no breath.
She once sold over 170 million albums, but now she is a wreck, and doctors did not give more than five years to live, if not to give up drugs and alcohol.
The singer’s fame disappeared in the 90s, when she became addicted to cocaine. Recently, Whitney Houston was found unconscious, a sign that shows she’s not fully recovered in order to re-launch in music, after a break of seven years.
The singer was taken to hospital for emergency after she collapsed backstage after a concert in Seoul, South Korea.
According to rumors:”Whitney went backstage and wasn’t feeling good. She supported by a wall and screamed for water. Trying to breathe, she said: On stage, Whitney was clearly exhausted. She tried to attack some high notes, but she was sweat, she breathe hard during the song and just hardly could stood on her feet”.
On the other hand, rumors say that her state was due to a party with cocaine and alcohol and that her attempts to leave the drugs would have failed.
Fortunately, Whitney has put on her feet quickly and now is in Australia to continue the series of worldwide tour concerts. Was it just a false alarm?
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Moreover, the autopsy result was released Thursday by the Los Angeles County Coroner, and answered questions that swirled about her sudden and tragic death.
It seemed that Murphy, 32, the star of “8 Mile” and “Clueless”, was suffering from pneumonia when she collapsed and died in the shower of her California home on Dec. 21, 2009, the autopsy showed.
Nevertheless, the autopsy found “multiple drug intoxication” due to medications, said coroner’s spokesman Craig Harvey.
Consequently, her death was ruled accidental, he said, and a full autopsy report was expected in two weeks.
Sources from the Los Angeles County D.A declared today that dr. Conrad Murray might be put under charges for involuntary homicide. Look for charges to be filed as early as next week.
Murray, already questioned twice by police, will confront this charge, most probably on Monday.
Necropsy papers of Michael Jackson shows that the star died due to a overdose of drugs, propofol and lorazepam, some sedatives.
The sources said that the papers were already filed, and the D.A. David Walgren is familiarized with the investigation.
Nevertheless, the L.A.P.D. didn’t officially met with the prosecuting attorney to show the case, but Walgren worked closely with police and he’s aware of the investigation’s evolution.
Michael Jackson died last year, on 25 June, due to a cardiac arrest.
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