Lindsay Lohan has been sentenced to 120 days in jail for violating probation on a 2007 drink-driving conviction.
In addendum to her jail term, Lohan will be required to carry out 480 hours of community service.
Lohan’s lawyer, however, has vowed to appeal the sentence, and was expected his client to be freed out for her temporary liberty on a $75,000 (£45,413) bail.
In September, Lohan was briefly jailed after failing a drugs test ordered after her 2007 conviction for drink-driving. In October, a judge ordered her to spend two-and-a-half months in rehabilitation.
Soon after she was released from rehab in January, she was accused of walking out of a jewelry store in Venice, California, with the necklace. The actress has said the store lent her the jewelry.
Lohan will perform community service at a women’s center and at the Los Angeles morgue, according to sources.