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Releasewatch: Lohan May Leave Lynwood Jail Today

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Actress Lindsay Lohan is expected to be released from jail soon, possibly even today, according to KTLA. Once she leaves the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood she must report to a rehab facility within 24 hours, as ordered by Judge Marsha Revel the day Lohan surrendered to the court in Beverly Hills. She is likely to go to Morningside Recovery in Newport Beach, which Revel endorses and expects to be tougher on Lohan than other suggested venues. There are some reports Lohan has received preferential treatment while in jail. Regardless, due to overcrowding, she will only be made to serve 13 or 14 days of her 90-day sentence.

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