Lindsay Lohan has been released from house arrest on Wednesday. The Mean Girls star spent 35 days in home confinement for violating her 2007 DUI probation.
The actress, who was fitted with an electronic ankle bracelet to track her movements and ensure that she does not leave her house, was removed yesterday. Later, LiLo said that she is excited to start her community service and she wants to focus on her work.
“Lohan is very focused on resuming her community service, which is being performed at a downtown Los Angeles women's shelter and will also require her to work at the county's morgue." The CTV News quoted Lohan's spokesperson as saying.
Actress Lindsay Lohan was sentenced to 120 days in jail and 480 hours of community service for violating her 2007 DUI probation and complete 480 hours of community service for jewellery theft. But she was allowed to serve 35-day house arrest to reduce the prison population and other expenses.