Following a weekend with no visitors, outside of lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley, Lindsay Lohan got to see her family on Monday.
Mother Dina Lohan and sister Ali arrived at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, Calif., on Monday afternoon.
The two walked quickly past reporters and photographers stationed outside the facility, teen Ali wearing a blue baseball cap and keeping her head down the entire time. Mom and daughter clasped hands tightly as they headed into the facility where Lindsay has been locked up since last Tuesday.
The earliest estimations of Lohan’s release stand at August 1 or 2, Sheriff’s department spokesperson Steve Whitmore previously told Access Hollywood.
In related news, Michael Lohan, Lindsay’s father, is hoping some of her fellow actors can reach out and offer her support.
“My people are reaching out to Robert Downey Jr. and to Mark Wahlberg,” Michael told 107.5 The River, a Nashville radio station, on Monday.
“I know both of them,” Michael continued. “Mark is a tremendous human being. Hopefully, they’ll see her before she gets out and she’ll get in this rehab and get off these prescription meds, and she’ll get her life back.”
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