Paris Hilton's fellow prison inmates are delighted she has returned because they are getting extra treats. Prisoners at California's Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood -where the socialite was transferred back to on Wednesday - claim they are receiving added perks to stop them complaining that Paris is getting special treatment. Rosemary Gibbons, 35, who released yesterday, told the New York Daily News newspaper: "Since she was here last week, they started giving us double bologna, double apple juices. Two blankets instead of one - and a sheet, too! Everyone has cookies coming out of their pockets."Now we feel like we are in the Hilton Hotel."Waynnisha Brown, 19, also released yesterday said: "There is extra food everywhere, and now they take you at the clinic right away if you are sick and they don't charge you. It's usually $3 for medical, now it's free."Meanwhile, Paris' mother Kathy has revealed the socialite's sister Nicky was hysterical after visiting her in jail. Kathy told People magazine: "It's tough. It is. It's just one hour a week -30 minutes on Sunday and 30 minutes on Tuesday. We talk through glass."And Nicky left in hysterics. She tried to keep the brave face but - I never see Nicky cry."Nicky added: "It's sad. It's like right out of the movies. The glass partition, the orange jumpsuit. Everything."Paris, 26, re-entered prison custody at the weekend after a briefly being let out on house release. She spent four days at Twin Towers jail - a mental facility - due to unspecified medical conditions, and has now returned to Lynwood to complete her 45-day sentence for driving with a suspended licence.