Paris Hilton's court appearance
( femalefirst.co.uk ) - Paris Hilton has been ordered to appear in court on May 4 for allegedly violating her probation. The hotel heiress pleaded no contest to reckless driving in January and was placed on 36 months probation and ordered to pay fines. But in March she was stopped by police for driving in West Hollywood without her headlights on and was found to be driving with a suspended driver's licence. If found guilty of violating her probation order, she faces up to 90 days in jail and the 26-year-old must appear in court to defend herself.
Paris' spokesperson Elliot Mintz insists 'The Simple Life' star wasn't aware her license had been suspended. Meanwhile, a laundry basket, which allegedly belonged to Paris, has been put up for sale on internet auction site eBay. The seller claims the basket was used at her West Hollywood home and writes: "This is your chance to share in Paris' dirty laundry. Excellent condition.
"No DNA found inside but maybe you have a better investigator." When questioned about the sale Paris' representative Elliot Mintz said: "I just cannot think of a single thing to say." The starting bid is set at $50. There have been no bids at the time of writing.