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Lindsay Lohan Vows Not to Leave Home Until March 29
Prepare yourselves: there will be little news from Lindsay Lohan for the next few weeks.It seems like she might actually have some half-decent friends hanging around, who understand that Lohan is her own worst enemy, because they have successfully convinced her to stay on lockdown until March 29, the day her probation ends, sources tell TMZ.
These sources begged Lohan to only leave home when she really has to, like to attend community service at the morgue.
No more heading out to Sayers Club like she did last week, where a man accused her of hitting him while she was driving her new Porsche.
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