Lindsay needs time to get better and beat her addictions. How is she going to do that if she’s constantly getting let off the hook so easily?
This is terrible, terrible, terrible news. It’s Lindsay Lohan‘s third time at the rehab rodeo and she STILL hasn’t stopped her addictive, hard-partying lifestyle – and we are completely upset to hear reports that she’s going to be let out early!
It doesn’t sound like jail is ALL that bad the way Lindsay Lohan’s lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, describes it! Candy and good hair? Check!
Lindsay Lohan may not be having a blast in the slammer, but at least she has her creature comforts! The 24-year-old starlet’s lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, says her time in jail isn’t all THAT bad – and is hopefully soon to be over!
Three newly released jailbirds tell HollywoodLife.com that Lindsay Lohan IS getting preferential treatment at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, Calif. – including cell phone use and clean underpants!
Apparently Lindsay Lohan’s celebrity status IS good for something in the slammer – or so say three recently released inmates who are FURIOUS that the starlet has received VIP treatment in jail!
After a week in jail, Lindsay Lohan is now sobering up to the cold, hard, reality – that she’s going to have to spend 90 days in a rehab facility!
Talk about a sobering thought! With less than a week of jail time to go, Lindsay Lohan is now beginning to fully realize the repercussions of her actions – and realizes that they mean another three months without any quality family time!
Lindsay Lohan’s prison sentence has been reduced from 90 to 12 to 10 days — and now her lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, says they are fighting to reduce it even more!
Lindsay Lohan has been having a tough time in prison, but according to her lawyer, her hardships are almost over: the hard-partying starlet might be released from the slammer even earlier than expected!
“[The hardest part about being in prison is] she obviously wants to see her family. It’s hard for her not to see her family,” Lindsay’s lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, told HollywoodLife.com exclusively July 26 outside the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, Calif.
What a bummer! Lindsay Lohan is going to have a lonely weekend in the slammer now that she’s already used up her allotted number of visitors this wee
Lindsay Lohan’s celebrity status isn’t doing her much good in the slammer! Unfortunately for the hard-partying starlet, her mom, sister and ex-GF Samantha Ronson aren’t allowed to visit her in jail this weekend, because she’s already used up her weekly allotted number of visitors!
Lindsay Lohan wore her own 6126 jacket to jail yesterday. Any chance to make a quick buck, eh?
Jeans. Check. Sunglasses. Check. Leather jacket. Check. Lindsay Lohan’s pre-jail ensemble July 20 was both chic and understated – and also a completely strategic PR stunt!
The 24-year-old hard-partying starlet, whose jail time was just reduced from three months to a mere 12 days today, cleverly wore a jacket from her own line, 6126, before putting on her hideous orange jail jumpsuit at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, Calif.
Lindsay could sneak out of the sober house she’s been staying at and into jail early to avoid the paparazzi – just like Paris Hilton did!
Lindsay Lohan is scheduled to turn herself in at 8:30 A.M. on July 20 before she heads to the Century Regional Detention Center in Lynwood, Calif. to serve her 90 day sentence. But we suspect the hard-partying starlet might sneak out of the sober house she’s been staying in and head to jail early – while the rest of the world is still asleep!
Is Lindsay turning over a new leaf already? Instead of spending the day before her 180-day jail and rehab sentence partying, she’s spending it with the people she loves the most
How is Lindsay Lohan spending her last day of freedom? Not partying it up at an LA nightclub, fighting with ex-girlfriend Samantha Ronson OR touching up her roots, surprisingly. Nope, Lilo is hanging out with her close friends and family members as her 90-day jail sentence, which begins tomorrow, July 20, finally becomes a reality.