Lindsay Lohan Surrenders To Cops; Begins Serving House Arrest
Lindsay Lohan on Thursday surrendered to Los Angeles police to begin her house arrest stint.
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Lohan was fitted with an electronic ankle monitor at the Lynwood Jail before returning to her Venice Beach home. The house arrest is expected to continue for 35 days.
In addition to the house arrest, LiLo has been ordered by 480 hours of community service, expected to be divided between a women's center and a morgue.
The 24-year-old Mean Girls star last month told the Jay Leno that she’s hoping to brave her current storm of troubles, and get her acting career back on track.
"I let a lot of my fans down by putting myself in situations when I was young and wasn't thinking clearly,” the blonde New York native told Leno. "But as long as I stay focused, then I will be able to achieve what I want to achieve."
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