Lohan Pleads Guilty, Gets 120 Days In Jail, Probation and Community Service

Lindsay Lohan’s attorneys on Wednesday entered a plea of no contest to her misdemeanor grand theft charge stemming from her jewelry theft from a Venice jewelry store in January.

Lohan was not present when a judge handed her 120 days in jail, 3 years probation and 480 hours of community service, the same sentence handed down to her last month.

As is standard practice for the over crowded county Lohan will more than like not serve time in prison, but instead be required to serve her time at home with an electronic monitoring device wrapped around her ankle, something Lohan is familiar with.

Lohan must report to the Sheriff’s office by June 17 for booking and more than likely to be fit with the electronic bracelet, however she may report earlier since she is due to start filming her role on the upcoming movie Gotti: Three Generations in September and her “no contest” pleading is said to be in large part due to that role.