Inside Edition has obtained exclusive video of Phil Spector speaking for the first time in his own words about the murder of actress Lana Clarkson.
Spector, now on trial for the murder, made the video in 2005 in his chess room where Clarkson was found dead. Spector originally intended to post it on his web site to defend himself against the accusations of murdering Clarkson.
He taped the video twice wearing two separate outfits including a Hawaiian shirt with shell necklace as well as a formal suit and denies having any part in the death of Clarkson.
Paris Hilton will be enjoying three low sodium poultry-based meals a day at the Los Angeles Century Regional Detention Center: a hard-boiled egg, bowl of cold cereal and small carton of milk each monring; baloney and bread with either mustard or mayonnaise and an ocassional apple and watered down juice for lunch; and a hot meal for dinner. Though there will be no television to accompany the one sheet and wool blanker in her room, she will be able to enjoy an hour of television in the day room and outdoor recreation along with a five minute group shower each day. Also included in with her room and board are two pairs of socks, one bra, two pairs of panties and two blue jumpsuits which are exchanged for fresh ones each week.
Said by it’s warden to be a “very nice place,” the Century will be Paris’s home starting June 5th on account of violating her probation for pleading guilty to drunk driving. She may not get to enjoy all 45 days of her sentence, however. Even if Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger doesn’t issue a pardon for the hotel heiress, overcrowding in LA County jails results in many offenders serving less than 10% of their sentences. And state law provides credit for time served for good bahvior. For example, ABC “Lost” actress Michelle Rodriguez served only one day of a 60 day sentence for a probation violation last year.
Those seeking to send correspondence or spend time with Ms. Hilton through a glass wall can view the establishment’s visitng hours here.