Based on the examples below, when a celebrity goes to jail in LA, they only serve about 5 percent of their sentence before the sheriff lets them out. So why is Lindsay Lohan condemned to her private cell for two weeks, as if she’s some wild animal. That’s not 5 percent, that’s 15. When she went to jail in 2007 for her second DUI conviction, she only served about 1 percent of her sentence. Now it’s up to 15%, like she’s a criminal.
“People spend a lot of time and money designing jails to make sure criminals can’t get out after you lock them up, but even the best designs have flaws. In this case it’s because the sheriff keeps opening the door. I’m not trying to tell anyone how to do their job, but if you could stop doing that, that would be great. ” WWTDD
Michelle Rodriguez – In 2006 she was sentenced to 60 days in jail. She was released after 4 hours and 20 minutes.
Paris Hilton – In 2007 she was sentenced to 45 days in jail. She was released after 4 days.
Lindsay Lohan – In 2007 she was sentenced to 4 days in jail, with a court ordered minimum of 24 hours. She was released after 84 minutes.
Nicole Richie – In 2007 she was sentenced to 4 days in jail. She was released after 82 minutes.
Michelle Rodriguez – In 2008 she was sentenced to 180 days in jail. She was released after 17.