For all of you anti-Us Weekly readers, People has an all-about Paris issue! In an exclusive interview and photo shoot done yesterday (post new extensions, natch!) at her grandfather's home in Bel Air, Paris gave the mag a candid look at her emotional time in the joint and what she's taking away from this media circus. "Thanks God I'm free. I was basically in the fetal position, basically in hysterics," Poor Paris says of her first nights in Lynwood. As for her fellow jail-mates, she says, "All of the inmates were very supportive. There were girls next to me. We could talk through the vents and they were just really sweet."
Here's a few other excerpt from the new issue that hits newsstands on Friday.
On her medical condition: "The doctors were observing me while I was there. They explained to Sheriff [Lee] Baca that they thought I was having severe anxiety, panic attacks, claustrophobia."
On people who doubt that she will change after her jail experience: "They're wrong and they don't know me. I'm a good person. I'm a compassionate person. I have a big heart. I'm sincere, and they'll see."
On getting out: "Just being able to hug my mom felt so great, and I really needed it 'cause I haven't had a hug in a long time."
At least she's not on the cover of National Geographic -- or is she?