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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO & PHOTOS: Kim Kardashian Visits Jail-Bound Lindsay Lohan At Home

Jul. 8 2010, Published 8:40 a.m. ET

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Lindsay Lohan's getting by with a little help from her friends.

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The Mean Girls star, who was sentenced to 90 days behind bars for a series of parole violations in connection with her 2007 conviction, received a visit at her Los Angeles home from well-wishing socialite Kim Kardashian Wednesday night. 

The high-profile Hollywood BFFs have been publicly bonding in the wake of Lohan's recent legal woes, as The Parent Trap star Tweeted "thank you so much - thanks for being such a good friend, it means a lot to me" to the reality TV beauty, following her dramatic court session Tuesday.

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Kardashian wasn't the only “It” girl to visit Lohan’s dwelling, which was crawling with photographers: English model Lady Victoria Hervey also showed up to lend her support to Lohan, 24.

Most notably missing from the brigade of socialites was Lohan's ex-girlfriend, Samantha Ronson, who told England's The Times this week that "being with Lohan was more of a headache than anything else."

"Everything I was doing I was already doing," Ronson said. "It just meant there were paparazzi pictures documenting it. It sucked, because I'm a pretty private person and I'd managed to stay under the radar for so long. But at the same time I'm not gonna not hang out with somebody that I care about because of that expletive."

Earlier Wednesday, Lohan addressed the controversy swirling around her fingernails, as close-up photographs showed the actress had the words "F**k U" stenciled into her middle fingernails during her court session on Tuesday. 

She Tweeted to a friend: "didn't we do our nails as a joke with our friend dc? it had nothing to do w/court.. it's an airbrush design from a stencil xx"

Ah, that clears things up.

Lohan will be permitted to surrender herself into custody July 20 to begin serving her sentence, although legal experts say, she'll most likely serve far less time.

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