Paris Hilton believes officer Darren Wilson should have faced criminal charges for shooting and killing Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.
Paris Hilton thinks it’s “awful” Darren Wilson hasn’t been indicted for killing Michael Brown.
On Monday officials announced officer Wilson won’t face trial after fatally shooting 18-year-old Brown in Ferguson, Missouri last August.
Riots and protests have erupted all across America following the grand jury’s decision not to prosecute the policeman.
And on her way home from Los Angeles International Airport, Paris shared her thoughts on the situation with X17 Online, calling the turn of events “awful” and “very scary”.
The superstar heiress-and-DJ also noted she thinks Wilson should have faced criminal charges for the incident.
“Yes, no excuse for killing someone,” Paris stated in response to a question on whether she believes prosecution should have been sought by the grand jury on the matter.
On a lighter note she joked about taking on a career in politics, laughing about the possibility of becoming “President Paris”.
Several celebrities have echoed Paris’ sentiments this week.
Happy singer Pharrell Williams was devastated by the decision and shared his thoughts with fans on Twitter.
“I’m heartbroken over the news of no indictment in Ferguson. Let’s all pray for peace,” the Happy singer wrote on his Twitter profile.
Katy Perry, who is currently working in Australia, also tweeted her take on the issue.
The Dark Horse songstress expressed anxiety over the inequality she sees taking place in the US justice system.
“Feeling stuck all the way over here in Sydney seeing the news just now… Sending my prayers to Ferguson & praying for an equal America,” she tweeted.
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Wednesday, 26. November 2014