Lindsay Lohan entered the Beverly Hills courthouse where she was remanded in custody to begin her 90-day jail sentence for breaking the terms of her probation on her 2007 driving under the influence (DUI) charge.
Lindsay was in court with her on/off attorney Shawn Chapman Holley, when Judge Marsha Revel ordered the cameras to be cut off as the 24-year-old actress surrendered to authorities and was led away by bailiffs to begin her sentence at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, California.
During the brief hearing, Judge Revel admitted she had no idea how many days exactly Lindsay would serve, but because of overcrowding at the detention facility, it is likely she won't be incarcerated for more than three weeks.
She said: "I do not know exactly how long the jail will keep her. I can only impose the sentence."
Lindsay didn't speak during the brief court appearance, but nervously watched on, biting her nails.
It was also revealed in court that Robert Shapiro - who claimed to have quit as Lindsay's lawyer last night - was never officially hired to represent her, and only worked as a "consultant" on the case.