Drop it like it's hot. That's what the Endeavor talent agency has decided with regards to its client Paris Hilton.
The Beverly Hills, Calif.-based company, which has represented Hilton since 2005, dropped the reality show star, an Endeavor spokesman told ABC News on Tuesday, with no further explanation.
The 26-year-old heiress to the Hilton hotel fortune made a name for herself as the partying socialite, and she has since gone on to star in Fox's reality show "The Simple Life" opposite Nicole Richie. In addition, Hilton has launched a pop music career, a namesake perfume and handbag collection.
Hilton is currently serving time at the Twin Towers Correctional Facility for violating her probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case.
She was put under house arrest briefly by Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, but after a hearing Friday, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Sauer sent her back to jail for 40 days.
Hilton's parents braved a swarm of photographers Tuesday to visit their daughter for the first time since she was reordered to jail last week. Though many put in hours of waiting time to see their loved ones at the facility, the couple reportedly were rushed in to see their daughter.
Her sister, Nicky, and her on-and-off-again boyfriend Stavros Niarchos have also visited Hilton in jail.
Hilton clearly has her family and friends supporting her, but her agency? Not so much.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.