Paris Hilton was detained in Tokyo after she plead guilty in Nevada on Monday to two misdemeanors including a drug charge.
Paris, 29, was stopped by immigration officials at Tokyo's Narita airport following her arrival into the country on a business trip. The socialite tweeted earlier that day, writing: "On my way to my Asia to debut my Fall/Winter Collections. So excited to see all my fans. First stop - Tokyo."
She also linked to a story detailing her Asian tour that would unveil her upcoming clothing collection, Entertainment Tonight News reports.
Her spokesperson said in a statement that, "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."
The hotel heiress was arrested on August 27 in Las Vegas after the SUV she was riding in was pulled over and police found 0.8 grams of cocaine in her purse. Hilton pleaded guilty to drug possession and obstructing an officer in a deal that will save her from serving a one-year term in jail.
In return, she has to pay $2,000 in fines, complete 200 hours of community service and complete what is being described as an "intensive" substance abuse program. She was also given a one-year suspended sentence in the case, which means that if she is arrested for anything besides a minor traffic violation in Vegas in the next year, she will have to serve the full one-year term. Hilton will also be on probation for one year, according to MTV.com
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