You might have thought when Lindsay Lohan got locked up, we’d be granted a reprieve from her 24/7 news coverage. Haha, no. Tracking LiLo’s day-to-day goings-on is just as breathless when she’s in jail as when she’s posing in the nude. Fortunately for those of us who couldn’t care less about her jailhouse dinner menu, Lindsay may only serve two weeks of her 90-day sentence as prisoner #24097527.
So, what have Lindsay’s first days of jail been like? They’ve included painkillers (maybe), cold cereal and visits from her mom and sis.TUESDAY:
- After several days drying out in a sober house, Lindsay reported to a Los Angeles jail at 8:30 a.m. and donned an orange jumpsuit for her mug shot. She should be confined to her 12-by-8 cell, located next door to “bling ring” burglar/reality star Alexis Neiers, for approximately 22 hours a day.
- Lindz allegedly burst into tears when she had to remove her hair extensions and false eyelashes.
- At some point in the day, Lindsay received her cornucopia of meds. While on probation, Lindz was cleared to take Adderall (for attention deficit disorder), Zoloft and Trazadone (for depression/anxiety), Nexium (for heartburn) and painkiller Dilaidid (for dental pain). In jail she reportedly is approved for scrips of Adderall and the sleeping pill Ambien.
- Attorney Shawn Chapman Holley paid Lindsay a visit. “Her spirits aren’t high,” Holley told People. “There were some tears.”
- Her first meal in jail? Turkey tetrazzini, canned apple sauce, broccoli coleslaw, bread, and a glass of milk.
- Breakfast was cold cereal and a hard-boiled egg. A jailhouse
snitchsource says Lindsay “devoured” all the food served to her.
- Mom Dina and sister Ali visited the Century Regional Detention Facility for 85 minutes. It’s unknown if they met with Lindsay; however, since visiting hours are usually on weekends. Other inmates complain that every time Lindsay leaves her cell, the rest of the jail is put on lockdown.
- Two weeks in jail is an excellent time to get some reading done! Lindz has allegedly asked to be brought a copy of The Old Man and the Sea, by Ernest Hemingway, from Barnes & Noble, since she wasn’t allowed to bring her own copy to jail.
- No news yet … but the day is young.