Lindsay Lohan is in house confinement:
Again Lindsay Lohan is undergoing a sentence and this time she has to serve for four months under house arrest for a probation violation and jewelry theft conviction. She has to wear an ankle monitor for 35 days and can't go out if not allowed by the court. Before that on May 26, 2011she went to women's jail and was transfered quickly to her house for aforesaid sentence. Sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said that the "Mean Girls" star is paying for the costs of her monitoring.
Stephanie Sautner, supetrior court judge, sentenced Lohan to 120 days in jail and 480 hours of community service in April after determining the actress took a necklace without permission from a store near her home. The judge said at a hearing that if Lohan served time under house arrest, she could not leave to whittle down her community service hours at a women's shelter and the county morgue.
Lohan pleaded no contest earlier this month to misdemeanor grand theft but did not receive additional jail time. The jail term was imposed after Sautner determined Lohan violated her probation in a 2007 drunken driving case. Whitmore said the actress was cooperative when she turned herself in, and it took about an hour for her to be fingerprinted and booked. No new mugshot was taken. The actress has been scheduled to appear as the wife of John Gotti Jr. in a biopic of the infamous New York mob family. Shooting will begin later this year.
In reply to a question, Steve Honig, a spokesman for the film, "Gotti: Three Generations" commented nothing. They are also observing the situation closely and take decision about what to say or do. Lohan's realization recently can't help her enough to change her life as quickly as she wants or expects to do.