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Japan to Paris Hilton: Sayonara

9/22/2010 10:00 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Paris Hilton is officially persona non grata in Japan because of that whole cocaine thing.

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Japanese Immigration officials denied Paris entry into their county because of her guilty plea to cocaine possession this week.

Japan frowns on people who get convicted of drug offenses, so Paris -- seen above at the airport a few hours ago -- is on her way back to the US of A.

Before getting the boot, Hilton was detained at the airport yesterday for more than 6 hours.

A rep for Hilton says "Paris is very disappointed and fought hard to keep her business commitments and see her fans, but she is forced to postpone her commitments in Asia.  Paris understands and respects the rules and laws of the immigration authorities in Japan and fully wishes to cooperate with them.  Paris looks forward to returning in the future to a country she loves and has been coming to for the past 10 years.”

Before leaving Japan, Paris also tweeted, "Going home now. So dissappointed to miss my fans in Asia. I promise to come back soon. I love you all! Love Paris xoxo."

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91.

kathleen foos    

At least they didn't detain Paris at a work camp for attempting to enter the country illegally.It could have been worse.There is still time for her to go to college this year or do something constructive,100 hours of community service is alot,she better get busy on that too.Good Luck Paris.

1306 days ago
92.

Savage    

BLESS the Japanese for protecting THEIR borders against Drug Scofflaws!
Now if Big O would just step up and do the same.
Does this guy realize his Black Voters get killed by illegals too?

1306 days ago
93.

jeff    

To everyone who doesnt want to see her in the news anymore why dont you contact the leaders of this website, and the others, and tell them to stop hiding behind the bushes infront of her house, stop taking pictures of her as she gets into her car and onto airplanes, stop shoving cameras into her face as she leaves restaurants and bars, stop asking her questions as she walks down the sidewalk, stop puting her face on the front page, stop following her around town and giving her a feling of importance. It isnt difficult, mind your own business and leave her alone

1306 days ago
94.

usa fan -- not    

with luck, US customs will detain her and bar entry to the United States of America.... doubt we are so lucky

1306 days ago
95.

New Yorker    

I love the Japanese people. Great job Japan, glad some countries still treat criminals as they should regardless of monetary status.

1306 days ago
96.

AKSarah    

Can't we do that and send her to France.

1306 days ago
97.

scott    

Good for Japan. Hopefully this will provide a reality check for Paris that she isn't above the law

1306 days ago
98.

Mike    

I hope all the OTHER countries that Paris Hilton likes to go to do the SAME thing that Japan just did. Make her "persona non grata" everywhere. Way to go Japan! At least your country is holding Paris Hilton accountable for all the drug smuggling she's been doing in the last year.

Everyone knows by now that Paris likes to be a "drug mule" when she flies by putting her dope inside condoms and jamming them up her "vajayjay". Maybe her butt too. Who knows?

I bet the drug enforcement people at all the airports she goes to don't want to have to X-ray her and strip search her everywhere she goes. That would definitely be considered a "dirty job" like that one show on Discovery channel.

http://dsc.discovery.com/tv/dirty-jobs/

1306 days ago
99.

nps_ca    

Simple; see this: http://tinypic.com/r/2d7fyo9/7

Back of the Japanese Immigration Landing/Embarkation Card (even a celeb or wanna be celeb must fill this out)

She failed #2 (maybe #3) and now will fail #1

Being a Celeb means - they know how profile people who fail #2: Joe blow from nowhere, USA could likely not be noticed as the US doesn't share full data with Japan - but a celeb - nowhere to hide.

1306 days ago
100.

PK    

Take a good look at her entrance into court. It was a runway strut! Take a look at how she stood before the judge and her voice. She was like a 3rd. grader making her first appearence on stage. She rocked her shoulders and spoke like a little girl! This person NEVER grew up! Her life is boaring and she is paid to appear in certain hotels in Las Vegas. DUH??????????? She is leading an absolutly worthless existence! All she has going for her is a pretty face and money! I guess that's all some people feel is necessary, if they don't have either. Somehow, anyone with an ounce of maturity, would say,"Is that all there is?"

1306 days ago
101.

Mike    

Check out this animated video made by some people somewhere in Asia. It's kind of funny. They need to make a new, updated version that shows Paris being detained and booted out of Japan.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2noIP19zhM&feature=player_embedded

Believe it or not, the folks in Japan probably keep up with celebrity stuff in America just like TMZ does. They're going to have to do another video update about her being detained in Tokyo. It's probably front page news with the Japanese tabloid magazines.

1306 days ago
102.

Celebrities Suck    

they probably think she's smuggling drugs into their country... Way to go Japan!

1306 days ago
103.

cali    

Wynns Las Vegas and Japan are her most profitable, and she's been blacklisted from both

1306 days ago
104.

Spot    

I think anyone who praises the Japanese for refusing Paris entry is sick in the head. This was nothing more than a publicity stunt for their internal gratification. Their economy is in the toilet and they have always been protectionists. Paris is wildly popular there and her brand is a big seller. The Japanese have always been willing to suppress foreign companies who are successful on their soil and she puts it in their face by going to Japan and causing the fans to crowd around to buy whatever she is selling.

Would all you Japanese praisers explain why there are a ton of rock and roll stars like Mick Jagger who have been to Japan numerous times without any problem and with drug convictions in their record are OK but a business woman who is successful and taking yen out of their country is not.

1306 days ago
105.

jeff    

#101. I dont disagree, but It is only a runway strut if there are people there to take pictures.

1306 days ago
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