Lindsay Lohan will be released today

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editor - June 29, 2011

On April 22nd, Lindsay Lohan was sentenced to 120 days in jail for violating her probation after stealing a necklace from a jewelry store (yet not given any additional punishment whatsoever for the actual crime of stealing the necklace). But of course she never went to jail. Instead she went on the Tonight Show, and then she went to a bar and got drunk (just like she did while in rehab), and then she went to the beach in Miami.

Then, on May 25th, she began her 120 day sentence under house arrest instead of in jail, during which she did interviews, threw parties and filmed commercials.

Clearly she's been punished enough for committing several hundred crimes, so today she'll be released, 84 days early.

Lohan is completing her last day of house arrest at her rented townhome in Venice Beach, California, Radar is exclusively reporting.
LiLo's bracelet will be taken off the starlet at her home sometime Wednesday.
"Lindsay will have the ankle bracelet taken off sometime today. Lindsay is relieved to put this behind her," the source says.

Keep in mind that she's being released early for two reasons: prison overcrowding and good behavior.

1. She's not in prison, she's alone at home in a 3,000 square foot, 2.25 million dollar condo in Venice Beach.

2. She drank when she was told not to (the sheriffs department, the judge and probation officer all screwed up and thought she was subject to drug and alcohol tests even though those actually stopped on February 25th. Not that it would matter because she failed a test on February 8th and no one did any thing) and just 5 days after her house arrest began her probation officer couldn't find her for over 14 hours. When he finally did, her ankle monitor was covered in a "sticky substance". As if it had been tampered with.

So yes, now she'll be released. She's clearly on the right track. What a success story this has been.

INSPIRING UPDATE - and she's out.

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