Conrad Hilton arrested in Hollywood Hills for allegedly violating restraining order

Conrad Hilton arrested in Hollywood Hills for allegedly violating restraining order

Conrad Hilton arrested in Hollywood Hills for allegedly violating restraining order

Officers received a radio call at 4:50 a.m. of a restraining order suspect in the 2300 block of Jupiter Drive, said Officer Jenny Houser of the LAPD's Media Relations Section. He was arrested in June 2015 for violating the restraining order, after police found him inside Daily's home.

His bail has been set at Dollars 60,000, the Los Angeles Police Department told People magazine.

Conrad Hilton attends court for sentencing after causing a disturbance aboard an global flight from London to Los Angeles last summer at Roybal Federal Building on June 16, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.

Conrad Hilton has been arrested again.

It's not the first time Conrad has been in trouble with the law.

The latter charge carries a potential prion sentence of 16 months to three years in the state of California, and Hilton is now being held on $60,000 bail.

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But almost one year to the date before, August of 2014, he had been arrested after an global flight in which he yelled out profanities and threats.

He was arrested in July 2014 after an epic meltdown aboard a flight from London to Los Angeles in which he reportedly yelled, "If you wanna square up to me bro, then bring it and I will f.king fight you", to attendants. "I will f***ing own anyone on this flight... they are f***ing peasants".

Additionally, as British Airways employees tried their best to quell the stubborn Conrad, Hilton apparently began threatening them with unemployment. My father will pay this out, he has done it before.

It came to a most unexpected end Saturday in Lake Placid, New York, when he was found dead in his room at the Olympic Training Center - sending shock waves through the U.S. Olympic community, and devastating those who had known Holcomb for the entirety of his two-decade career in sliding.

Reps for the Hiltons could not be reached for comment on Conrad Hilton's latest arrest.

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