Lohan released from house arrest after 35 days

LOS ANGELES - (AP) - Lindsay Lohan has been released from house arrest after serving 35 days for a probation violation.

Jail records show the actress was released around 10:20 a.m.Wednesday.

Lohan is not entirely free. She still has to complete 480 hoursof community service, complete an anti-shoplifting class and complywith other terms of her release. She was sentenced to four months in jail in May for violatingher probation in a 2007 drunken driving case by taking a necklacefrom a jewelry store without permission earlier this year.

Her confinement in her home in the beachside community of Venicewas not without drama. A judge chided her last week for hostingparties at her house but determined the 24-year-old hadn't violatedany conditions of her probation.

Judge: Lohan didn't violate probation with parties

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