A man convicted of trying to rob the house of Paris Hilton was sentenced Wednesday to two years in prison.
The Superior Court Judge Michael Kellogg of Los Angeles also recommended for an audience that Nathan Lee stop receiving counseling, as reported by City News Service.
A jury decided in less than an hour to stop in April, 32, guilty of attempted theft for trying to enter residences at Hilton's home in August.
Celebrity testified during the trial of stop awakened the morning of August 24 when he heard shots and saw a window to stop banging on the glass with a knife. Parada told a detective that he planned to steal everything they can to run and move to a desert island.
His defense attorney argued that his stop had not taken antidepressant medication in the days before he was arrested.