Lindsay Lohan serves five hours of 30-day sentence, is released
For her fifth jail sentence in the last four years, Lindsay Lohan served a grand total of five hours out of her 30-day sentence for repeatedly violating her probation. Hey, that's like a whole hour per sentence! It's an L.A. justice system miracle!
The AP reports the 25-year-old actress checked into the Century Regional Detention facility in Lynwood at 8:50 p.m. local time Sunday, then checked back out at 1:40 a.m. Monday morning. This is all West Coast time, so The Juice* was obviously too busy entertaining a noisy Baby Juice*, who was completely unaware of the weekend time change. Lindsay and Baby have that in common.
It's interesting to note the L.A. County Sheriff's Dept. had insisted it would make room for Lohan at the jail so she served her time, but eh, who remembers that? Or the 84 minutes she served in 2007? She did have that one six-day stay that one time. Maybe she figured if she showed up earlier than the Nov. 9 deadline to report to the lockup, they'd go easy on her. She was right.
Now Lindsay has to serve 423 hours mopping floors, cleaning bathrooms and washing sheets at the L.A. County morgue to fulfill the terms of her probation. She no longer can leave the country, so we won't have to listen to those excuses in court anymore. Isn't this a great lesson on the California penal system, kids?
In a Lohan-related development, Kate Major, who was headed to Tampa on a flight from L.A. Saturday night to request a restraining order Monday against Lindsay's dad Michael, was arrested and taken into custody at TIA after allegedly committing battery aboard her Delta flight. No details were really available, but Major was intoxicated and sitting in first class of a Delta flight at the time of her arrest, TMZ reported. And we wonder how Lindsay is such a mess.