Neighbors dreading Hilton's release

Neighbors of Paris Hilton are dreading her release from prison, calling the media frenzy around her Hollywood home "intolerable" and fearing the "circus" that will resume next week. A spokesperson for an LA councilman says his office received more than 50 complaints from residents during Hilton's one day of house arrest. "Most concerned noise from the five helicopters that handled the live coverage of her one day at home," said the rep. "Other issues involved overcrowding and space issues, because the street is very narrow, doesn't have sidewalks and has no parking." In a letter circulating Hilton's neighborhood, a couple of residents urged residents to contact their city councilor, saying, "Since the arrival of Paris Hilton to our neighborhood we have seen our quality of life deteriorate."