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Lindsay Lohan is Free at Last

by Balthazar_Francis   June 29, 2011 at 8:00PM  |  Views: 597


Lindsay Lohan is finally able to leave her house after completing 35 days of house arrest. Citizens of Los Angeles, you have been warned!

The hard-partying actress is a free woman, well, until she gets in trouble again. The 24-year-old was released from the shackles of home detention this morning after officially having her ankle bracelet removed. Hallelujah! Now she is free to roam where ever she pleases.

Los Angeles sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore confirmed Lohan's release, saying, "She completed her home detention today and she's now back under the supervision of the courts and probation."

The troubled actress was under house arrest after pleading no contest to the theft of a $2,500 gold necklace. Lohan was initially sentenced to 120 days in jail, however due to overcrowding she was eligible for home detention and a much shorter sentence.

A spokesperson for Lohan said the actress is "eager to return to fulfilling her community service obligation which she has been unable to perform during house arrest." Lohan is expected to complete her court-ordered community service working in a Los Angeles women's shelter and undertaking janitorial duties at the L.A. County morgue.

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