Lindsay Lohan gets to keep her hair extensions, despite jail rules that specifically say that no inmate is allowed to have such inside prison premises. Is Lohan an exception to the rule? Probably not as L.A. County Sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore explains to E!Online:Â “They are sewn into her scalp and are bonded by glue so anybody like that â€” and there are women who come in with those type of hair extensions â€” we don’t remove them.â€ He further said that they only remove those types which are detachable or those kinds that work as wigs.
Meanwhile, Jason Dottley who starred with Lohan in the film Inferno, went to visit the place where LL is staying and all he could say is that the place is just â€œheartbreakingâ€ and that he is â€œpetrified to be there inside the facility.â€ While he did not see Lohan personally when he visited, he tells E! that hopefully, the place will help Lindsay become a stronger person, and when she comes out, she would somehow prove to the world that her talent is still her asset, and return to Hollywood with a new look in life.
Shawn Chapman Holley who still represents Lohan has had the opportunity to visit her client in three straight days. When entertainment press asked her for her evaluation on Lindsayâ€™s stay in prison, she only had good information to give. Holley says that after Lindsay started serving her prison sentence due to drug-related violations, she is actually doing well despite her situation.
The lawyer adds that Lindsay is eating, writing a lot, and surprisingly looks better than her pre-prison days. Although she has no particular plans as of this day, she continues to write, and who knows, she might come out with a memorabilia from her jail stint. Lindsayâ€™s stay is said to end on Sunday, but a confirmation from her rep is yet to be received.