This fulfills her 45-day sentence with credits for good behavior, sheriff says

By Howard Breuer
June 22, 2007 07:00 PM

Paris Hilton will leave jail on Tuesday after serving 23 days of the original 45-day sentence imposed by a judge for violating probation, sheriff’s officials said Friday.

The total term takes into account 22 days of credit for good behavior.

“There was some confusion as to whether it would be Monday or Tuesday, and we just wanted to let people know what was happening,” says sheriff’s Sgt. Duane Allen, Jr.

Records specialists calculated her actual release date, based on Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Sauer’s orders, and it is June 26. She can be released any time of day or night.

Hilton, 26, was sentenced to jail for driving repeatedly with a suspended license in violation of her probation in an alcohol-related driving case. She reported for jail late the night of June 3 after attending the MTV Movie Awards.