Lindsay Lohan sentenced to jail

(CBS/AP) Lindsay Lohan was sentenced to 30 days in jail on Wednesday for violating her probation. L.A. Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner told the actress that she must report to jail by Nov. 9.

Sources tell TMZ.com that the sentence was delayed until next week so Lohan can pose for her $1 million Playboy photo shoot this week.

This time around, Lohan won't be eligible for house arrest, electronic monitoring or an early release.

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"The sentence I'm going to impose is known in our circles as putting the keys to the jail in the defendants' hands," Sautner told Lohan.

Sautner sentenced the actress for violating the terms of her release by being fired from a community service assignment at a women's shelter. At Wednesday's court appearance the actress, dressed in a navy polka-dotted dress, acknowledged she violated her probation.

After serving jail time, Lohan will report to the probations department. She'll then have to start community service at the L.A. County Morgue. If she fails to follow orders Lohan risks serving an additional 270 days in jail.

The judge told Lohan, "You have a lot of jail time hanging over your head."

Still, the actress' actual sentence will likely be shortened due to jail overcrowding. A sheriff's department spokesman tells E! News that Lohan will likely serve only 20 percent of her jail time -- or six days -- in jail. There's a chance she will get out even sooner. One Sheriff's Dept. official told TMZ.com, "She'll be out without even having to change her clothes."

But the next several months won't be easy for Lohan. She'll have to continue to go to counseling and she must return to court in December, January, February and March for updates.

Lohan will also get a new probation officer that Sautner said she has ordered to report any violations directly to the court. Sautner described the new officer as "no-nonsense."

Sources in the courtroom told TMZ.com that when the hearing ended, the judge remarked about Lohan, "She looks good today."

Tell us: How much of Lohan's 30-day sentence will be spent in jail?

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