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This just in...: Lohan out of the slammer, but not exactly a free woman


LiLo is out of the slammer and on to rehab. (Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images)

Well, that didn't take long.

After serving just 14 days of a 90 day sentence, Lindsay Lohan is out of the hoosegow and on her way to rehab. The actress, who is being punished for violating her probation in a 2007 drug case, was discharged from a Lynwood, California jail during the wee hours of Monday morning. She was then quickly spirited away to an undisclosed residential treatment center where, per judge's orders, she'll spend the next three months.

The truncated stint was not unexpected--inmates who are serving time for nonviolent offenses frequently have their stays shortened to free up space and reward good behavior. Lohan's court-ordered stay in rehab might be a tad more stringent, though. A prosecutor has said that Lohan will not be able to get out early, she'll have to spend the entire time treatment.

By The Reliable Source  |  August 2, 2010; 11:56 AM ET
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Lindsay in rehab? Charlie in rehab? Coincidence? I think not!

Posted by: wrwallpi | August 3, 2010 6:00 PM | Report abuse

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