Lindsay Lohan was sentenced to 120 days in jail today for violating parole, but the actress is already out on bail after spending less than five hours behind bars!
A judge ruled that Lohan was guilty of violating her parole because she of that pesky little necklace shoplifting issue (more on that in a second). Under California law, if you are on parole and charged with a crime, you are in violation of parole -- even before you go to trial in the case to prove your guilt or innocence.
Lindsay posted $75,000 bail through a bondsman she must keep on speed dial, and walked out of her home away from home -- Lynwood Correctional Facility -- to spend the night in the comfort of her own beachfront bed.
In another victory for Lohan, the same judge ruled that the great necklace caper is not a felony, because the piece of jewelry is worth less than $950. Although the store accusing Lohan of the theft priced it at $2500, they purchased the piece from the designer for $850. Lindsay will be charged with a misdemeanor instead, which carried a potential sentence of one year in jail, as opposed to the three years she was facing.
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