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Lindsay Lohan was crying when she got to jail, says Alexis Neiers

HollywoodNews.com: Lindsay Lohan may have made some new friends in jail, but her first couple of days there weren’t so pretty.

According to her fellow inmate, Alexis Neiers, “she was crying” when she first entered the facility, reports People. She adds, “She was talking to deputies and, you know just trying to – I couldn’t really like make it out, but from what I saw the first day, I mean, she was lying in there and just trying to like calm down.”

She can relate to Lindsay since she has been serving her time in jail. She said, “You feel violated and just uncomfortable … it’s scary. I mean, you’re going to jail and the girls in there aren’t, you know, I mean, some of them were kind and some of them really weren’t.”

However, she wishes Lindsay the best, but admits that “it’s all up to your mindset, and I don’t know what her mindset is in there.”

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  • July 26, 2010 | Permalink |

    Hopefully jail will be a wake up call for Lindsay. Many of us our there who have been affected by tragedies/trauma related to prescription medications are praying for Lindsay and her family to pull through this difficult time. Lindsay and her family need our prayers, not our judgment.


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