Lindsay Lohan’s Good Deed

Lindsay Lohan spread some cheer in a homeless shelter.

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Since she was released from jail on Friday, Lohan, 24, decided to do a good deed by visiting a homeless shelter in Los Angeles.

The actress arrived at the shelter, Dream Centre, wearing long boots to cover her alcohol monitoring ankle bracelet. She spent her Sunday afternoon doing charity work, along with her mother Dina, sister Ali, her manager, Lou Taylor, and friend Eilat Anschel.

Lohan Tweeted about it after, saying, “What a great place The Dream Center is here in L.A. … had a nice time there today, it’s so important to give back. I feel blessed.”

Lohan was released from a Lynwood, California prison on Friday night, after she won an appeal to be granted bail. The original ruling had denied Lohan bail after she failed a drug test, but this was soon overturned (read more here).

She spent less than 14 hours in jail, and posted a $300,000 bail. Lohan also plans to voluntarily go back to rehab soon (read more here).

The actress will face a probation violation hearing on October 22nd.

Nothing like being behind bars to make you want to do good deeds, right Lilo?

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