On Monday, Lindsay Lohan's mother Dina and younger sister Ali visited the actress, 24, at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, Calif.
As they exited, a police officer escorted them to their SUV.
Neither mom nor daughter commented on their visit.
They also declined to say when the starlet will be released.
Though reports have surfaced that Lindsay could be out sometime this week, Los Angeles Sheriff's Department spokesman Steve Whitmore said Monday: "Nothing has changed. When she was incarcerated, I said a couple of weeks and it hasn't been a couple of weeks. That turns out to be the first part of next week. It could be Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, something like that."
Lindsay has been in jail since July 20 to serve a 90-day sentence that will be reduced due to overcrowding.
Over the weekend, her lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley told UsMagazine.com that the actress has been adjusting well to the slammer and has even "made some friends."
But E! Pretty Wild star Alexis Neiers -- who was behind bars the same time as Lindsay (Alexis, 19, was released Friday) -- painted a different picture in a recent E! News interview.
"She was crying," Alexis said of Lindsay. "I could hear her."