It looks like Lindsay Lohan is headed back to the clink. She and her attorney met with Judge Stephanie Sautner today regarding Lindsay’s failure to fulfill her probation requirements, which included 360 hours of service at a women’s center. Lindsay violated her probation after she was booted from her assignment and began serving hours with the Red Cross, which was not in the terms of her sentence. This afternoon Lindsay was put in handcuffs and carted back to the slammer. However, she’s entitled to another hearing to take place on November 2 before her jail sentence is determined. Keep reading »
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It’s been awhile since we’ve heard from “Pretty Wild” star Alexis Neiers, seeing as she’s been locked up in jail and all. Alexis is fresh out of the pokey and still denying involvement in the “bling ring” robberies, in which a group of L.A. teenagers robbed the homes of celebs like Orlando Bloom, Paris Hilton, and Lindsay Lohan. Even though Alexis and Lindsay had jail cells right next to each other in a California correctional facility — where Alexis says she could hear Lindsay crying on Lindz’s first day — she says the pair never spoke once. How strange! [E! Online] Keep reading »
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. Keep reading »
Oh noes! Lindsay Lohan has been sentenced to 90 days in jail for violating her parole in her 2007 DUI arrest. LiLo must surrender on July 20th at 8:30 a.m. and serve three consecutive 30-day sentences. Two days after the SCRAM-bracelet star is released from jail, she must enter a 90-day treatment facility, presumably for drug/alcohol addiction.