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 »
Lindsay Lohan has been in her 12-by-8 foot jail cell for almost a day now, and a sheriff’s department spokesperson says that, if she remains on good behavior, she will be released in about 14 days, since the prison is overcrowded. This is far, far better than the 90 days she was sentenced to. But still, Lindsay isn’t doing so hot. “She’s trying to make the necessary adjustments to an extremely stressful and difficult situation. There were some tears,” her lawyer said. “Generally, the first two days in jail are the most difficult.” [People]
Lindsay is being kept in a special segregated unit of the jail, away from the general population. And guess who is in the cell next door? Alexis Neiers, who has been accused of breaking into Lindsay’s house along with two other members of the “bling ring,” ripping her safe out of the wall, and making off with lots of clothing and jewelry. How’s that for irony? Keep reading »
Because if she did, that was smart! As every starlet knows, mug shots are forever. At least Lindsay‘s lips looked plump, her skin fresh, and her hair freshly-did when she was booked into a California jail this a.m. [7/20/10, Lynwood, CA] Keep reading »
At 8:30 this morning, Pacific Standard Time, Lindsay Lohan will be reporting to jail. And—thank goodness!—you’ll be able to watch live as LiLo makes her way to the courthouse, because E! Online has a streaming video feed set up. “The only ‘bookings’ that I’m familiar with are Disney films; never thought that I’d be ‘booking’ into jail … eeeks,” Lindsay tweeted yesterday. She had checked into a sober house started by lawyer Robert Shapiro, who famously defended OJ Simpson, but last night abruptly made an exit, which led to Shapiro stepping down as her lawyer. So who knows who will represent her today in court? Lindsay is understandably very nervous. “She has not been able to sleep and has barely been eating. All weekend, Lindsay kept crying, chain smoking and chewing her nails,” a friend says. “She is a nervous, fidgety mess, and her legal team, family and friends are very concerned about her fragile state.” [E! Online, NY Daily News, MTV] Keep reading »