Lohan peeks out the curtain on her way out of jail.

I had a feeling when I woke up this morning that this might have happened. Lindsay “The Teflon Don” Lohan walked out of Lynwood Correctional Facility last night after only 14 hours of incarceration. What happened to 29 days without bail? Turns out, Judge Patricia Schnegg reversed Judge Elden Fox’s decision for Lindsay to be held without bail. So it appears that, Judge Patricia Schnegg has no other judicial responsibilities and has time to go overturn another judges probation violation decision, on the very same day in which it was given. Sorry folks but that’s just total bullshit, Im glad Lindsay’s out but this is a gross manipulation of the judicial system. I have no idea how her lawyer Shawn Chapman Holly pulled this off. Next time I get arrested Im definitely calling Shawn Chapman Holly, shes amazing. The judge gives you 29 days and Holly has you back on the streets in 14 hours.  She must have had pictures of Judge Schnegg going down on a fifteen-year-old Muslim girl to have mad this happen so quickly. The best part of the story is they’re making Lindsay wear the SCRAM bracelet again. The one that detects if  you have been drinking alcohol the reports it to the authorities. I guess since Judge Schnegg has been on the case all of about 16.24 seconds, she doesn’t know that Lindsey already had the SCRAM bracelet and it didn’t stop her. So whats going to happen when it goes off again in like 2 days because Lindsey is drinking again? Are we then going to do this whole jail revolving door circus again? Or is Schnegg going to send Lohan to jail without bail, just like Judge Fox already did? Getting a bit redundant isn’t it? Just throw this b*tch in jail already you’re not helping her, your enabling her. Lets face it, jail might be the best thing for this girl right now, it might even save her life. Judge Fox was right, it would do Lindsay some good to dry out for 29 days, the girl needs to sober the f*ck up. Besides lets face it, jail is the only place this story could possibly end anyway. Judge Schnegg is only postponing the inevitable.