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Paparazzi Vie for Shots of Sober Living's Newest Resident

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L.A.'s most fascinating architecture tour? Scene of a grisly headline-grabbing crime? Culturally significant landmark?

No, no, and no.

It's the Pickford Lofts [map], temporary address of one Miss Lindsay Lohan, who moved into the sober-living facility after signing up high-profile celeb lawyer Robert Shapiro to represent her.

Lohan has been sentenced to 90 days in jail for violating her probation in a pair of 2007 DUI cases. Since her tearful sentencing, the actress has gone through a series of lawyers before settling on Shapiro, and is expected to seek an appeal. She is expected to surrender to the court on Tuesday, July 20th.