Two days into Lindsay Lohan's jail sentence, her mother, Dina, and sister, Ali, visited the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, California, where the actress is currently being held. They spent more than an hour at the jail, but it is unknown whether or not they actually met with Lindsay, People.com reports.
Although exceptions can be made, visiting hours at Lynwood are on weekends for family and friends, who can also leave money for inmates to buy necessities in the jail. A rep for Ali Lohan hadn't responded to MTV News' request for comment about the visit as of press time.
According to a source in the jail, Lohan is worried about her safety but has "slept soundly for most of her time in custody" and is being "cooperative." While Lindsay will likely only serve two weeks of her 90-day sentence, she has expressed concerns about being around the other inmates despite reassurances she would be kept away from the general public.
Lindsay has been adjusting to life behind bars, according to the report. On Wednesday, her breakfast included cold cereal and a hard-boiled egg. A source adds that Lindsay has "devoured all the food served to her."
Popeater.com reports that Lindsay, who has released two albums, has already come up with a way to pass her time in custody. A source tells the website that "Lindsay is going to spend her time in jail writing new songs that she will record the second she gets out. Her emotions are so raw at the moment the material will be her best ever. It will definitely get nominated for a Grammy."
The website also reports that while her mother and sister have made efforts to visit her, her father is unwelcome at the jail. "Her father will not be allowed to visit her," a source said. "She wants no part of him."
Ironically, the woman in the cell next to Lindsay's is "Pretty Wild" star Alexis Neiers, who was one of the people involved with a string of robberies in the Los Angeles area that targeted celebrities including Lohan. A watch of Lohans' was found at Neiers' home.