What happened in Vegas ends in Vegas for Paris Hilton.
Her attorney appeared this morning in Las Vegas' Clark County Court and offered up documentation that the reality starl had completed 200 hours of community service stemming from last year's cocaine bust.
And yes, Paris did some dirty work.
David Chesnoff informed the court that Hilton went above and beyond her 200 hour requirement, actually performing 228 hours from a variety of jobs.
Those included: volunteering with Sin City's Union Rescue Mission, painting graffiti with the Hollywood Beautification Project, sweeping up dog feces with the Animal Foundation, working with the Volunteers of America and participating in the Race to Erase MS (some of these activities were also captured on camera for her recently axed Oxygen reality series, The World According to Paris).
As a result, Justice of the Peace Joe Bonaventure officially ended her informal probation and closed the case.
Bonaventure originally meted out the punishment on Sept. 20, 2010, after Hilton pleaded guilty to misdemeanor drug possession and obstructing an officer following her arrest the previous month with then-boyfriend Cy Waits. The duo was chilling on the Strip in his black Escalade when cops saw what they believed was marijuana smoke emanating from the vehicle and a search turned up a small amount of cocaine in Paris' possession.
Today's progress report pleased Bonaventure, who hailed Hilton for her seriousness in fulfilling the court-mandated conditions, which also included attending counseling sessions and paying a $2,000 fine.
The socialite did not attend the brief hearing.