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Jail neighbor says she heard Lohan crying in cell

Lindsay Lohan's former fellow inmate and "Pretty Wild" reality star Alexis Neiers said she could hear the actress breakdown when she was put behind bars last week.
/ Source: Access Hollywood

Lindsay Lohan's former fellow inmate and "Pretty Wild" reality star Alexis Neiers said she could hear the actress break down when she was put behind bars last week.

"Crying. [Lindsay] was crying," Neiers, who finished her 30-day jail term at the Century Regional Detention Facility, in Lynwood, Calif., for pleading no contest to burglarizing Orlando Bloom's home, told E! Online. "I could hear her."

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According to Neiers, Lohan's first few days in jail were the most difficult.

"I could start hearing like what was going on in there, I tried to just, really just keep to myself and the last thing I really want to hear, you know, when you're trying to be so strong and just get through the day. I mean, the days are so long in there, you're woken up at 5:30," Neiers explained. "She was crying. She was talking to deputies and, you know, just trying to — I couldn't really like make it out, but from what I saw the first day, I mean, she was lying in there and just trying to like calm down."

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Neiers claimed that the 24-year-old actress has been allowed some special treatment since entering jail.

"I mean, she got to keep her [hair] extensions in and everything, which most people don't," she told E! "And the girls were like, 'Ah, they had to take my weave out and cut it all out and,' you know, stuff like that."

However, the actress' legal counsel, Shawn Chapman Holley, told Access Hollywood on Sunday that Lohan "is not getting special treatment and she hasn't asked for special treatment."

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Lohan might have been able to keep her hair in, but she lost all privileges to her own clothes.

"She had her head down when she walked by and she was in oranges, just like us," she said.

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Neiers also offered Lohan some advice for her remaining days in jail.

"I wish her the best, honestly, but you know, it's all up to your mindset, and I don't know what her mindset is in there," she said. "And I mean, from what I understand, she was having medical attention and she was just trying to get — I'm sure she was just trying to get through the days. I mean, it's hard."