Once again Lindsay Lohan has been able to get off easy for a probation violation stemming from her 2007 DUI conviction. Last month, the actress was sentenced to 120 days in jail for the probation violation, but she was later told that she would be able to do her time through home confinement due to jail overcrowding in Los Angeles.
But on June 29, the Mean Girls star was released from home confinement after just 35 days on house arrest, reports CNN. California laws allow for inmates to be released early for credit and good behavior, so Lohan was reportedly eligible for the release after just a short period of time. The electronic monitoring bracelet has been officially removed from Lohan's ankle and she is now a free bird, well sort of.