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Lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley visits Lindsay Lohan in jail Lindsay Lohan turned herself over today to start her jail sentence, but the courtroom wasn’t the last place she got to see a familiar face.

Her lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley has already paid Lohan a visit in jail, according to E! Online. She didn’t comment on how Lohan was doing or what they discussed, but at least she can go to sleep in the dark knowing that there’s someone out there who still cares for her.

Lohan is only expected to serve 13 to 14 days of her 90 day sentence.

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One Comment

  • July 20, 2010 | Permalink |

    Lindsay Lohan has surrendered to authorities and has begun her 90 day jail sentence.
    Lohan showed no emotion as she was led away.
    Stunned when she was sentenced by a judge, this is the day Lindsay wanted to avoid.
    A short stint in rehab before this did not get her out of jail.
    There was no get out of jail free card this time for Lindsay Lohan.


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