July 20: Lindsay Lohan in her booking photo.
July 20: Lindsay Lohan walks into the courthouse to face Superior Judge Marsha Revel before she begins her 90-day jail sentence.FNC
July 6: Actress Lindsay Lohan appears in a courtroom for a probation revocation hearing in Beverly Hills, Calif.AP
Lindsay Lohan burst into tears after prison wardens ripped out her hair extensions and forced her to remove her false eyelashes when the star began her jail sentence in Los Angeles, the Daily Mirror reported Thursday.
The 24-year-old actress was told she had to remove the fake hair on entering the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, California on Tuesday to begin serving her sentence for violating her probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case in 2007.
A staff source said: “She just sat there stony-faced and couldn’t even bring herself to take them out herself. It was a sorry sight.”
One of the prison guards said: “She was a broken woman. But she won’t get any sympathy here -- this is jail.”
Lohan also had her lips injected with collagen before entering jail, plastic surgeons told Us Weekly after examining before and after photos of the star.
The “Mean Girls” actress is now adjusting to prison and is “cool, calm and sleeping a lot,” a source from inside the jail told TMZ Thursday.
"She's not a mess at all. She's keeping to herself, better than yesterday and handling it pretty good,” the source said.
The Sun newspaper even suggested the star may serve just nine days of her 90-day sentence.
It was previously reported she would serve just 14 days due to prison overcrowding but a jail source said he expected the star to serve just 10 percent of her sentence.
Lohan’s mother Dina and her sister Ali went to see the star Wednesday afternoon even though visiting hours after normally limited to weekends, TMZ reported.
It also emerged Wednesday that Lohan would be allowed to take prescription drugs including Adderall and Ambien.
Doctors said her request to take some prescription medications to jail is completely justified.