Paris' First Meal -- Cereal, Juice, and Bread

6/4/2007 3:00 AM PDT

Paris' First Meal -- Cereal, Juice, and Bread

Paris Hilton had her first meal in jail and -- well, let's just say, it ain't gourmet grub. The hotel heiress, according to Sheriff's Dept. spokesman Steve Whitmore, had cereal, bread, and juice.

Meanwhile, Paris is getting some unsolicited advice from a former inmate at the jail, where she surrendered to authorities in the wee hours this morning, as TMZ showed you exclusively this morning.

Susannah Johnson, released Saturday after a one-day stay at the Century Regional Detention Facility, tells the AP, "The only advice I could give her when she comes is to shut her mouth and do the time." Johnson says that some inmates are already angry at Paris because they think her arrival is making the over-crowding problem at the jail worse that it already is.

Meanwhile, at the MTV Movie Awards, Paris' jail time was an easy punching bag for host Sarah Silverman and presenters, and the L.A. Times observes that the hotel heiress looked "near tears" when the crowd at the show "lustily cheered" a proposal that she be sent off to jail early -- which she did anyway, with a smile on her face.

In Other, Non-Paris News: Is L.A. Under "Lohan's Law"? ... Dina Lohan Getting Her Own TV Show? ... Rosie -- "View" Catfight a Big Joke ... Jordin Sparks Weight Tormenter Gets Death Threats


Lindsay Lohan may just have closed the velvet rope at some of L.A.'s hottest clubs to the under-21 set. Gatecrasher reports that several clubs in the city turned away underage partiers after last night's MTV Movie Awards because of what they're calling "Lohan's Law." ... Dina Lohan might just be able to cash in on daughter Lindsay's misfortunes after all. She's in talks, says Page Six, to do a reality show with E! called "Mom-ager," in which she attempts to push her two other children, Ali, 14, and Cody, 11, into stardom. One insider tells the Post, "Can you believe that? How the [bleep] can E! do this? Those kids should be in school having normal lives, the life that Lindsay didn't get to have." ... Rosie O'Donnell joked yesterday at the big BookExpo in New York -- that her publisher "orchestrated that whole publicity thing just to get more attention for the book ... brazenly calling up the other hosts, telling them to incite me." Wonder how Babwa feels about that? ... The woman who called "American Idol" winner Jordin Sparks overweight is getting a bit of her own back. MeMe Roth of National Action Against Obesity tells The Scoop that Sparks' fans have been making death threats against her. Roth says she didn't call Sparks "obese" but stands by her remarks that she needs to lose some weight.