Inmates cheered and shouted 'We love you' as Lindsay Lohan arrived to serve her prison sentence yesterday. And if that didn't give her a lift as she put on her regulation orange prison jumpsuit and posed for her prison picture, then the revelation that she will serve just 14 days of her day jail term most certainly will. The Mean Girls actress, 24, arrived in tears as she was driven into a private side entrance at the bleak Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, California, 40 minutes south of downtown Los Angeles. You're booked: Lindsay Lohan Prisoner No.
Lindsay Lohan cheered by inmates as she arrives at jail (and she'll be out in just 14 DAYS)
Lawyers to Lindsay: How Was Your Strip Search?
Lindsay Lohan spent her first night in jail in tears. Inmates say the actress's eyes were red and puffy from crying. Lindsay had her first visitor, her lawyer Shawn Chapman Holly who said, "She's doing the best she could do it's a difficult situation. She's doing the best she can.
Was Lindsay Lohan Strip Searched Before Entering Jail? Inquiring Legal Motion Wants To Know
If Lindsay Lohan got strip searched at Lynwood Correctional Facility a couple of lawyers want her to spill every detail of the experience in a deposition. TMZ has learned Lindsay's name just got dragged into a class action lawsuit that alleges unlawful strip and body cavity searches were conducted by L. County Sheriff 's deputies when another inmate -- not Lindsay -- checked into the jail.
A request to order jailed actress Lindsay Lohan to be deposed in a lawsuit challenging strip searches of female inmates at the Century Regional Detention Facility was filed Monday in federal court. Attorney Colleen Flynn said she is seeking to determine whether Lohan was subjected to a strip or visual body cavity search in a bus parking lot outside the Lynwood jail like its other inmates. If Lohan was not subject to such a search, it would bolster a claim in the federal suit that such searches are not necessary for security reasons, Flynn said.