Paris Hilton has had a change of heart and has rehired her publicist Elliot Mintz.
The two met for dinner in L.A. Monday night to see if their professional relationship could be salvaged.
Hilton, 26, fired Mintz after learning she would spend 45 days in a California correctional facility after she was found guilty of violating a probation order and driving with a suspended license in court on Friday.
With Mintz back on her team, Paris has asked her fans for help in keeping her out of jail.
A petition, directed at California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, has been started on the 26-year-old's MySpace page in an effort to get her pardoned from her 45-day sentence.
Paris even wrote a special message to her fans on MySpace.
"I urge all fans and supporters and all that are outraged by injustice to sign this petition."
The 26-year-old is anxious to avoid her time behind bars, where she fears she will be subject to attacks from fellow inmates.
If she isn't pardoned and her appeal is rejected, Hilton will begin her sentence on June 5.
If the hotel heiress is on her best behavior, she may be able to break out six days early.
Suck it up, Paris. Do your time like an actual adult.