Actress Lindsay Lohan appears in court. (Aug. 13, 2010)

Actress Lindsay Lohan appears in court. (Aug. 13, 2010) Credit: Los Angeles Times

Is Lindsay Lohan getting special treatment in jail? Officials at Los Angeles County's Century Regional Detention Facility say no, noting that while the actress is in an isolated cell block for her protection, her neighbors include murderers and other felons.

"She is not getting any special treatment of any kind," an anonymous jailhouse source told People magazine. "She's behind glass [in the visiting area] and her family and friends can't touch her."

And her father, Michael Lohan, can't even see her. Lindsay left him off her list of allowed visitors.

But Lohan's family has cause to celebrate - Lindsay may be out sooner than anticipated. Sentenced to 90 days in jail and projected to serve only 22 or 23 days, Lohan is set to be released after 13 days. But now, even those 13 days might be reduced, says Lohan's attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley, who told, "It's our expectation that Ms. Lohan will get additional time credit from her earlier times in custody and that would reduce her time in jail."

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