So, how is the slammer treating Lindsay Lohan six days in?
"She is doing fine," Lohan's attorney Shawn Chapman Holley tells UsMagazine.com. "She has made some friends."
Convicted for violating probation terms of a 2007 DUI case, the actress, 24, tearfully checked into Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, Calif. on Tuesday.
Holley slammed reports that Lohan is getting any perks behind bars (like a fancier room and a private guard). "We are not asking for special treatment from the court or the sheriff, nor is she receiving special treatment," Holley tells Us.
Although sentenced to 90 days, Lohan is expected to serve far less than that. Holley explains, "I would like to ensure that she has received all the time credits to which she is entitled" from her previous time in custody. "I am hopeful that her sentence will be reduced once those credits are properly factored in."
Holley, who briefly quit as Lohan's counsel before stepping back in, couldn't confirm the star's exact release date. The Mean Girls actress was also ordered to spent 90 days in a rehab center when her jail time is over; which rehab is still up in the air.
"The doctor reports will play a part in the court's determination of which facility it will be," Holley says.