A Court Order for Paris: Hilton Guilty of a Deli Lane Double Cheeseburger and BBQ Chicken Sandwich

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No surprise here folks... It's not the first time party princess Paris Hilton has been guilty of burger debauchery (think Carl's Jr. TV spot!)  This time, the scene of the crime is the Brickell branch of Miami's tame but trusty Deli Lane Cafe, confirms Miami Herald reporter Douglas Hanks via Twitter today.

Hanks had earlier tweeted a link to his story on the hotel heiress's breach-of-contract trial in a federal courthouse downtown:

We can report that Hilton's lunch order before she took the stand Friday afternoon was a double cheeseburger and a barbecue chicken sandwich, plus a salad with ranch dressing on the side. ''I'm starving,'' she whispered to the Miami lawyer fetching the food.

Hilton has built up quite the appetite refusing to promote Pledge This!, a terrible college movie she filmed on South Beach in 2006.

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