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Paris Hilton speaks to the media as she walks through the departure terminal at Narita International Airport on Wednesday afternoon. Hilton was denied entry into Japan due to her conviction for possessing cocaine in Las Vegas this week.

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Bye bye I don't feel sorry for you

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Hah hah!!

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Where is she going to?

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You would've though she would have got her act together and had her legsl team sort out the visa BEFORE she came to Japan. Stupidity really - even if I disagree with banning someone on the basis of using a recreational drug.

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Lets hope she learns something from this and grows up.

Can't see many of her current or potential future business contacts being happy right now.

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Don't let that automatic sliding door smash you on the way out! Good-bye to bad rubbish!

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Don't let the door hit you on the way out.

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See you in vegas baby!

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this is a waste of time..

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She looks quite happy in that photo.

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Well done Japan!

We dont need any drug addicted in here!

Please everybody: Now it's a good time to forget completely about her!

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If only Japan had a policy about criminals in public office!

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More countries should do this

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Every country she tries to go to should do the same thing. America can have her and keep her.

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Hilton was denied entry into Japan

YES ! WAY TO GO J.A.P.A.N !

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That "yamamba" look is so 1999!

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That's probably the first time she's ever had to suffer some consequence of her actions.

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YES!..YES!..YEEESSSSSS!!

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Thanks for giving plenty of 'click' business to JT, bye (controversial)Beauty Hilton !

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Mission accomplished, tons of publicity from a wider range of media than she could have imagined. JT did pretty well from her as well.

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Taking the trash out! Same with that hand of cheat bloke in 2002. Good job Japan!

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She was allowed to leave the USA? I gotta ask - why isn't she doing 30 days in jail in Los Vegas? She was convicted, right? Something is wrong here.

The $5K fine obviously meant nothing - only jail time matters to this type of person.

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Who asked her to visit japan? and that must be checked...

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Adios! Not to young women in Japan: do NOT idolize this woman!! Envy her riches, well, even that you shouldn't do, though it's understandable to an extent. But do NOT look up to her as any sort of role model.

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I'm no Paris fan, but there's a bunch of disappointed Japanese who were hoping to see her.

NuckinFutz - Har!

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Paris Hilton speaks to the media as she walks through the departure terminal

"I'm gonna get back in my little plane and get higher than I've ever been before. While there I plan to investigate the effects of low gravity on money shots."

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I think she is actually giggling in the photograph because she knows she just got tons more press from this detention and interrogation than if she actually went and sold one of her bags at Roppongi Hills.

This will enhance her incredible career and business. I am sooooo happy that she has been set free.

Why is that Japanese Immigration Official to the right of her wearing blackface?

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About time Japan did something right for once.

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She was under contract to try... now, the company must pay her. (i.e. the Japanese company, the Malaysian Company, etc.) She has a great gig and in the end she didn't even have to be here. Nice. I wish I could get that gig.

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Hilton was denied entry into Japan due to her conviction for possessing cocaine

This is the first time the phrase denied entry has appeared in the same sentence as her name.

And I say great. I'm getting sick of this smug little whore's face grinning at me through this Depression.

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Please I'm not a fan of PH. I hate fashion c____p, greed and arrogance. I could care if she gets into Japan or not BUT...I was busted at Narita in Jan. 2000 for about ¥50 yen worth of pot. The detectives/police/prosecutors, lawyers and judges all said, "Hey we don't care if you smoke marijuana in your home country or Thailand, Amsterdam, New York, Australia etc. Just as long as you don't have (or smoke) any here in Japan. A bit hypercritical isn't it! I don't think it's something right. If she had some coke, pot or H on her then I can see the point but....is the world become smaller and more paranoid.

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XRC = stoopid.

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Think it has something to do with law. If you go to a country where you can do drugs, cocaine etc then you are OK, but if you do drugs in a country where you can get caught then Japan uses it against you. Maradona had the same problem. I am sure many musicians from US, UK or where ever has done drugs, Paul Mc Cartney got caught in Japan but the people who arrested him likes his music. In Japan they was no law against marihuana until US occupied Japan so I think it is strange that today Japan got much stricter marihuana laws than USA. I guess the world keeps spinning around and keep changing. In Argentina, people do not care if Maradona was a drug addict. They still love him and worship him. In Japan that would be unthinkable. To each his own.

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druggy loser

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Hit the road paris and dont you come back no more NO MORE!

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YES! Good job Japan!

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Goodbye and do not come back! Loser!

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No!!!Turn around and go back to America!!!

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Sayonara loser!

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It's laughable how many posters have let Hilton get under their skin.

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Get out and don't let the door hit you.

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a legend in her own mind...

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Big deal. Go ahead and deny her entry into Japan. So what? The lady already been tried by a court of law in the U.S. She can not be punished twice for the same offence. much less in another country and another jurisdiction.Besides I see no reason for all the above nasty remarks.

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