(LOS ANGELES) -- Lindsay Lohan was released early from her house arrest sentence on Wednesday and she wasted no time taking full advantage of her newfound freedom.
Lohan spent 35 days confined to her home after pleading no contest to misdemeanor necklace theft, but Wednesday evening she visited the Lexington Social House for a friend's party. An onlooker told People.com, Lohan "was in a good mood. She definitely seemed happy to be free and out celebrating with friends."
As for Lohan's thoughts on her first night on the town, she tweeted, "Of course me going to my best friends going away dinner is a headline - especially on my first day out of my house in 35 days. That does not give anyone the right to have a field day and manifest stories. IT WAS A GOING AWAY DINNER,THAT WAS IT. Nothing exciting happened aside from the very yummy hummus and pita. If anyone caused me to nearly fall it was the psychotic paparazzi.... off to the gym now- have a lovely day xo"
Lohan is no longer prohibited from consuming alcohol, but she will remain on probation from her two DUI cases in 2007 for the next three years. She is due back in court on July 21, and still must complete her community service, but she is not required to submit to random drug or alcohol testing.
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