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PHOTOS: Inside The Cell Where Lindsay Lohan Will Serve Her 90 Day Sentence

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Having been sentenced to serve 90 days in jail for violating her probation on Tuesday, RadarOnline.com has photos of the prison where Lindsay Lohan will be doing her time.

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The wild child will be leaving the clean streets of Beverly Hills on July 20 and heading back to Lynwood Jail, the same gritty downtown Los Angeles all-female facility where she served her initial 84-minute sentence for DUI in 2007.

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“In general, a female charged with non-violent misdemeanors will serve about 25 per cent of their sentence,” Steve Whitmore, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department told RadarOnline.com.

Whitmore confirmed Lohan will be serving her approximate 23-day sentence at Lynwood.

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Lindsay will be staying in the ‘keep away’ solitary confinement section for the protection of herself and the other inmates.

It will be a lonely time for the social butterfly, who will spend the majority of her time alone in her cell.

We’re told she will be able meet with her lawyer whenever she likes, but family visits will be limited to weekends.

Prison food will also be a far cry from the Mean Girls star’s favorite sushi spots.

But visitors will be able to buy her treats such as Oreo cookies, donuts, ramen noodles and cocoa through the Purchase Inmate Care Package Program.

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Lynwood has seen its fair share of celebrity residents — both Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie served their DUI sentences at the Century Regional Detention Facility.

While Richie was released after 82 minutes of a four day sentence, Hilton spent 23 days in a similar solitary confinement cell as Lohan’s future home.

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Hilton described her time as a “traumatic experience,” in an interview with CNN’s Larry King after her June 2007 release, but “something I have really grown from.”

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