According to L.A. Sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore, Lindsay could be breaking free in two weeks, after serving only 14 days of her 90-day sentence.
“She is scheduled to be released on either Aug. 1 or 2 for overcrowding issues and good behavior,” Whitmore said.
This seems to be a pattern for celebs, who often make out on the L.A. County jail’s system to release nonviolent misdemeanor offenders early due to severe overcrowding.
Lohan arrived at an L.A. court on July 20 to surrender to the police, after violating probation in her DUI case.
Should Lindsay Lohan be released from jail earlier?
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