Lindsay Lohan was released after serving only a few hours of her 30 day sentence at a Los Angeles county jail.
The L.A. County Sheriff’s Department confirmed early Monday that the 25-year-old starlet was released. Gossip website TMZ.com reported that Lohan was released at approximately 1:30 a.m. PT Monday.
A booking report on the L.A. County Sheriff’s website showed that she was booked into jail at 8:58 p.m. PT Sunday night at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, California.
That police report indicated that Lohan would not be released for over one week, on November 16.
Lohan was sentenced to 300 days in jail last week for violating her probation. At her November 2 sentencing Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Stephanie Saunter told Lohan that if she obeys her orders she’ll only be behind bars for 30 days at maximum.
After release from jail, Lohan will have to adhere to a strict schedule of 12 to 17 days of community service per month and four to six sessions of psychotherapy per month if she is to avoid serving the remainder of her 270 days behind bars. If Lohan can complete this by March 29 — and not violate the law in any other way — she’ll be able to put her probations from her 2007 DUI and her 2011 shoplifting case behind her.