Paris Hilton Caught with Pot?

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bill-swift - October 9, 2006

Subtle and smart are not words often associated with Paris Hilton. And for good reason. Last week, at the Dolce & Gabbana fashion show in Milan, Paris opened her bag to get some pink nail polish, but also revealed a small baggy of what looked very much like Marijuana, aka Pot, aka weed, aka Chronic, Herb, Dope, Ganja, Hemp, Cannabis, Reefer, Spliff, Grass...

Of course, this isn't the first time that Paris Hilton has been caught with the alleged drug. Back in june, Paris Hilton was caught smoking what looked like a joint, but her PR lacky, Elliot Mintz tried to spin the story saying Paris rolls her own cigarettes.

Here's what The Daily Mail reports on this latest incident:

Like any party girl, Paris Hilton has space in her handbag for only the barest of essentials: a vial of nail varnish for emergency repairs, a mobile phone - and a bag of suspicious-looking leaves.

The fast-living hotel heiress accidentally gave observers a glimpse of the clear plastic wallet, containing what might be mistaken for cannabis, at a Milan fashion show last week.

But last night her publicist Elliot Mintz insisted: "Things are not always as they appear. It would be unfair to draw any conclusions based solely on these photos."

It would be unfair, but it would also be accurate, and very easy. Sure, we have no scientific proof of the contents of the little bag, but as the old proverb goes, when you hear the sound of galloping hooves, it's probably not a zebra... It's probably a skunk. Skunk! That's the one I forgot!

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