Though she would appear to be bound for the clink, Paris Hilton (in tandem with reality sidekick Nicole Richie) thus far is still on the books to take their Simple Life-pimping tour to Letterman (on June 6) and Regis & Kelly (the morning after). Still, the New York Daily News hears, insiders at each talker won't be surprised if the stop-bys were scrapped, should justice actually be served.

Speaking of that fickle lady (justice, not Paris), a spokesperson for Governor Schwarzenegger - who reportedly has been beseeched to intervene on this country-crippling case and pardon the celebunot - tells the News that Grandpa W. Barron Hilton's campaign contributions over the years (totaling some $59,600) will not factor into any potential action. Besides, the flack notes, "There are legal remedies for [Paris] to pursue before the governor would get involved." (As opposed to the over-the-counter remedies she may be more familiar with.)

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