LiLo was sentenced to 90 days behind bars after violating terms of probation for driving under the influence in 2007. But word is that the Mean Girls star will be released after 23 days - just about the time her new handbag collection for brand 6126 is to launch, with a cool 5 million dollars in estimated annual sales.
According to LA magazine reports, an executive at The California Bag, the company licensing the line, expects Lohan to pose nude for the ad campaign, although they are 'thinking of having police on hand, so we can remove the ankle bracelet for the pictures.'
Popeater.com is also reporting that Lohan might rake in 1 million dollars for her first post-prison interview.
"Financially, it"s the best thing that could have ever happened to Lindsay. She will earn more money from her post-prison interview than she ever earned acting," the New York Daily News quoted a magazine insider as saying.
New York, (ANI): Jail sentence might just make Lindsay Lohan richer by a few millions at least – by giving interviews of her time in prison.