July 28th, 2010
01:38 PM ET
And now for a lesson in jailhouse hair care: If you get a weave that’s too difficult to take out, you get to keep it, which is the case with Lindsay Lohan.
Typically, hair extensions are removed when an inmate arrives at the Lynwood, California all-female facility, but only if they’re detachable, according to L.A. County Sherriff's Department spokesperson Steve Whitmore. Lohan’s extensions, on the other hand, are bonded to her hair and essentially sewn in close to her scalp, jail officials told the L.A. Times.
But it doesn’t appear that Lohan will be in the slammer long enough to fret over her hair extensions anyway; it’s likely that she’ll serve only 13 to 15 days of her 90-day sentence.
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