Lindsay Lohan has walked out of prison after spending 14 days of a 90-day sentence behind bars. While the troubled actress may no longer be locked up, she is far from finished serving her sentence.
The 24-year-old walked out of Lynwood Prison at 1:35 am this morning. The actress was originally sentenced to 90 days of prison and 90 days of rehab for violating her parole, which stemmed from a 2007 DUI. Her 14 days behind bars far exceeded the 84 minutes of jail time she served in connection to the original charge.
The actress got a short taste of freedom as she was bundled into a waiting vehicle and driven directly to a rehab facility. While Judge Marsha Revel had little control over how long Lohan actually spent behind bars, she made it explicit that the actress will be spending the entire 90 days following her prison sentence in rehab. That means there will be no shortened sentence or time off for good behavior.
Lohan is said to be receiving treatment at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. It is being reported that LiLo is receiving treated for “bipolar disorder and for an addiction to methamphetamine.” This has since been denied by her attorney Shawn Chapman Holley, who told E! News, “I have never received any information from any source which asserts that Ms. Lohan is bipolar or uses methamphetamine or that it is her 'drug of choice.’”
Lohan’s time behind bars has already cost her a job. The actress was set to play porn star Linda Lovelace in the biopic Inferno, but was replaced last week. Not all is glum for Lohan. She is set to earn upward of $ 1.5 million for her first post-prison interview.
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