A jail source reveals that the actress 'will be released after nine days if she behaves herself', saying 'The latest sheriff's documents are saying 14 days but she can knock a few more off that.'
Lindsay Lohan's jail sentence keeps shrinking. After a Sheriff's Department booking document mentioned that the 24-year-old actress could serve only 14 days of her 90-day jail sentence, a jail source now told The Sun that she could serve only ten percent of her sentence.
"The sentence keeps shrinking. The new estimate is she will be released after nine days if she behaves herself," the jail source opened up. "The latest sheriff's documents are saying 14 days but she can knock a few more off that. I expect her to be out shortly after next weekend."
The site also reported that Lindsay has now been allowed to take several prescription drugs in jail, including Adderall, which is used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Once the "Just My Luck" star finished her prison time, she still has to spend 90 days in rehab.
And Lindsay might be released soon as L.A. County Sheriff's Department spokesman Steve Whitmore said on Wednesday, July 21, that she is well-behaved. He claimed, as quoted by Los Angeles Times, "She was cooperative, compliant and a mature person facing the realities of incarceration." He also mentioned reports that Lindsay cried shortly after arriving at the jail were incorrect.