Lindsay Lohan Ends House Arrest After 35 Days
The actress was released after spending more than a month at her Los Angeles apartment.
Lindsay Lohan ended her house arrest on Wednesday after spending more than a month at her Los Angeles apartment, Reuters reports.
After 35 days, the 24-year-old actress had the electronic ankle bracelet removed on Wednesday morning, said Steve Whitmore, a spokesperson for the Sheriff's Department.
During her house arrest, Lohan filmed a brief advertisement for auction website Beezid.com. “Hey to all my friends. I just want to share with you that during some of my time at home, I found this amazing site with great deals,” she says.
Today co-host Matt Lauer flew from New York to the west coast earlier this month for a planned interview with Lohan, but the actress canceled at the last minute.
"Matt traveled to Los Angeles after Lindsay Lohan agreed to a sit-down interview at her home," a Today spokesperson told THR. "When he arrived at her home, she had a change of heart and wasn't prepared to talk for more than 15 minutes as she had agreed, so the interview was canceled."
Lohan was sentenced in May to 120 days in jail but was able to serve for a shorter time span under house arrest from programs for nonviolent offenders and in order to decrease chances of overcrowding in L.A. jaiis.
The actress, who appeared in such films as Mean Girls, The Parent Trap and Just My Luck, pleaded no contest in May to taking a $2,5000 necklace from a L.A. store.
Lohan is set to film an upcoming feature centered on crime boss John Gotti, co-starring John Travolta and Al Pacino.
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