Lindsay Lohan was released from jail and goes into rehab.
The "Mean Girls" actress was released from the Century Regional Detention Facility at 1:35 a.m. Monday, spirited out a back exit as dozens of photographers and reporters waited in a press staging area out front.
She served 14 days of a 90-day sentence, getting out early because of jail overcrowding, New York Daily News reports.
The latest installment of the 24-year-old actress' legal saga attracted a crush of media and paparazzi to the Century Regional Detention Facility, where Lohan has been locked up since July 20.
Lohan has completed an alcohol education program, but was found in violation of probation because she did not attend classes regularly.
Despite a tough period adjusting to jail life, Lohan remained cooperative and became more subdued as days passed, according to law enforcement sources.
Two civil rights leaders called on Lohan to use the media storm to draw attention to the needs of incarcerated women, Los Angeles Times reports.
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