And definitely not the bag of white powder that fell out of it.
Believing it to be cocaine, an officer asked her who it belonged to.
Hilton told police the purse belonged to a friend. But the friend was never identified.
The 29-year-old celebrity socialite was charged with cocaine possession. She was freed without bail before dawn Saturday after spending less than three hours handcuffed on a jailhouse booking room bench.
The couple had been stopped in a black Cadillac Escalade after the officer smelled a “vapor trail” of marijuana smoke. Police have not said whether marijuana was found in the vehicle.
Flynn estimated the crowd at about 100 people.
Several photos apparently snapped with cell phone cameras have been posted on at least one Internet site showing Hilton with police at the Escalade on the neon-splashed Strip.
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