Lindsay Lohan was behind bars for 84 minutes Thursday, beating Nicole Richie's mark by two minutes and becoming the latest star to serve under a day for DUI.
Lohan turned herself in to the good ol' Los Angeles County women's detention center in Lynwood at 10:30 a.m. She was searched, fingerprinted and placed in a holding cell in the inmate reception area but got to keep her street clothes on.
That's a welcome change of pace for our girl.
Lohan was released quietly at 11:54 a.m. All in a day's work for LiLo! Her original sentence was reduced because she met certain criteria that took into account overcrowding at the lockup and the fact that her crime was nonviolent.
A Lindsay Lohan mug shot breakdown: November 2007 (left, at yesterday's booking) and back in July 2007 (right, taken just after her second ridiculous DUI arrest).
Do celebrities like Lohan receive special treatment?
"Absolutely not," sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said adamantly. "This is what we do for most everybody in this position. In fact, 30 to 50 women are granted early releases from the facility every day."
Back in May, the train wreck was arrested after crashing her Mercedes into a tree in Beverly Hills. She was arrested in July again after the mother of Lindsay's former personal assistant called 911 to report her car being chased by an SUV. The chase ended in Santa Monica, where police arrested Lohan.
In both cases, Lindsay Lohan was found in possession of cocaine.
In August, she reached a plea on misdemeanor DUI and cocaine charges from the arrests. The judge sentenced her to four days in jail - the mandatory minimum for a second DUI offense - but gave her credit for 24 hours served. Lohan then elected to complete 10 days' community service instead of 48 hours in jail.
The total deal called for her to enter rehab (which she has done, and Riley Giles has subsequently entered her many times), spend one day in jail and her perform community service. Lohan had until January 18 to serve jail time.