“She"s getting special treatment. Some inmates were getting pissy over it," the New York Daily News quoted Debra Sickels, 30, who was released after doing 19 days for shoplifting, as saying. “The girls said they cleaned a special room for Lindsay. It had a regular hospital bed, a TV and a dresser for her new clothes and socks," Sickels said.
Other just-released inmates said they heard Lohan was paying for special food and new clothes and had a female guard at her disposal and access to a private phone, but officials have denied giving any special treatment.
“She"s being treated like any other inmate in her classification. There"s no special treatment at all," Los Angeles sheriff"s spokesman Steve Whitmore said.