Lindsay Lohan Checks In and Out of Jail

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Lindsay Lohan Checks In and Out of Jail
What does it take to get Lindsay Lohan to stay in jail? After less than 5 hours in the clink, Lindsay Lohan was released already. I bet Lindsay Lohan was that kid who played Monopoly and NEVER pulled the “do not pass go. Do not collect $200. Go straight to jail” card.

For starters, Lindsay had until November 9th to turn herself over to authorities. So Lindsay could potentially hang out for the weekend before waltzing over to the Lynwood jail. She was booked at the Century Regional Detention facility in Lynwood at 8:50pm on Sunday night and because of jail overcrowding she was released sometime around 1:40am.

She left in a black Escalade and was home by 2am. So basically how Lindsay leaves the club. Be it jail or the club, Lindsay heads out after last call and gets into an unmarked black vehicle at the end of the night.

Is it just me or is anyone else disappointed that Lindsay’s courtroom drama is very drama-free? She wasn’t scolded for getting kicked out of the Downtown Women’s Center, we thought she was going to get sent to jail for a year but instead was just told she had to do two days of service at the morgue. WOW, two whole days!

Then she was sent to jail and it was for only 30 days and then woops, it’s not actually 30 days in jail, it’s only 4 hours in jail. LOL AMERICA!

What’s worse? Tax payers dollars paying to “rehabilitate” Lindsay Lohan for a month, or the fact that Lindsay is getting the celeb justice treatment, meaning that it seems like nothing bad can happen to her.

Last Wednesday when Lindsay went back to court the judge gave this sentence. Lindsay must perform all of her community service at the morgue or she will be sent to 270 days in jail. But will she though? At this rate, 270 days will be reduced to a long weekend in jail. Lindsay can just refuse the food and call her jail stint a “detox”, because that’s as hard as her “hard time” is going to get.

Lindsay also has to attend psychotherapy and appear at court once a month until March. Easy enough, but she'll find a way to screw this up too.

This isn’t the first time that Lindsay hasn’t served her full jail sentence. In 2007 she served 84 minutes at the jail before being released. In other occasions she served about six days of much longer sentences.

Now, Lindsay will have to serve 423 hours at the county morgue, let’s watch her crawl her way out of this sentence too.

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