After posting $300,000 bail, Lindsay, who was held in custody for around 15 hours, left the facility through a back door and was later driven to an undisclosed location.
Troubled actress Lindsay Lohan walked out of the Los Angeles County women's jail in Lynwood on Friday night, September 24, Los Angeles Times reported. The "Freaky Friday" star who was processed out of the Century Regional Detention Facility at about 11:40 P.M., left the jail after posting $300,000 bail.
According to the site, Lindsay went through a back door and was later driven to an undisclosed location. The 24-year-old actress left the Lynwood Jail after spending around 15 hours behind bars. She will, for the third time, be ordered to don a SCRAM bracelet and submit to search by law enforcement at any time.
During the Friday hearing, Judge Elden S. Fox initially wanted Lindsay to be held in custody until her next hearing on October 22. However, another Superior Court judge, Patricia M. Schnegg, ruled the original sentence was legally incorrect because it involved a probation violation for a misdemeanor conviction and bail should have been an option.
Lindsay has to face the court date and brief jail time after failing her court-ordered drug tests following her 13 days behind bars and another 23 days in rehab for a probation violation case which stemmed from her 2007 DUI arrest. On her Twitter page, she admitted the matter and claimed she is "prepared to face the consequences."