Lindsay Lohan received her first visitor in jail, her attorney Shawn Chapman Holley. With a thick glass partition separating them, Lohan spoke tearfully about her ordeal.
'Understandably, Lindsay's having a difficult time adjusting as it would be for anyone,' Chapman Holley told the press after the brief visit with her client Tuesday. 'She's trying to make the necessary adjustments to an extremely stressful and difficult situation. There were some tears.'
Lohan, who'll be confined to her 12-by-8 cell alone for approximately 22 hours a day for about two weeks, is being kept in a special segregated unit away from the general population.
E! reality star Alexis Neiers, 19, occupies the next-door cell once used by Paris Hilton.
'Generally, the first two days in jail are the most difficult,' Holley added. 'I just kept reminding her of that. She's doing the best she can.'
Lohan, 24, apparently got a nod of sympathy from her guards. 'Her spirits aren't high,' says Holley, 'but I spoke to some of the deputies and they said Lindsay's reaction is the same as anyone in her situation.'
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