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Lohan celebrates freedom with night out on the town

Lindsay Lohan was released back into the wild Wednesday after serving 35 days of house arrest, a sentence handed down after she violated her probation in a 2007 drunken driving case by taking a necklace from a jewelry store without permission. And even though Lohan said the paparazzi made her scared to leave home on her first night of freedom, the troubled starlet braved the elements anyway, and
Lindsay Lohan and actor Emile Hirsch, right, are seen leaving the Lexington Social Club in Hollywood, calif., on Wednesday.
Lindsay Lohan and actor Emile Hirsch, right, are seen leaving the Lexington Social Club in Hollywood, calif., on Wednesday.Splash News / Today

Lindsay Lohan was released back into the wild Wednesday after serving 35 days of house arrest, a sentence handed down after she violated her probation in a 2007 drunken driving case by taking a necklace from a jewelry store without permission. 

And even though Lohan said the paparazzi made her scared to leave home on her first night of freedom, the troubled starlet braved the elements anyway, and went to Hollywood's Lexington Social House, TMZreports. With Lohan was "Into the Wild" star Emile Hirsch, and "Nikita" star Lyndsy Fonseca. On her way out of the club, Lohan fueled rumors that she'd been drinking by stumbling amid a throng of paparazzi.

Although Lohan is done with the home confinement portion of her sentence, she still has 480 hours of community service to complete. Lohan has said that she's anxious to get back to work, too. She's slated to have a part in "Gotti: In The Shadow of My Father," directed by Barry Levinson. Shooting on the film is expected to begin later this year.

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