She actually received 3 concurrent 30 day sentences (totalling 90 days) for 3 different charges. With the jails in Southern California being extremely overcrowded, a spokesperson for the system said today it is likely she will serve approximately 25% or her sentence, or 22/23 days. I guess that is standard for someone in her situation in S.C., famous or otherwise,because of the jail overpopulation.
She's been given so many chances, and thumbed her nose at the system each time...the missed classes....the "lost" passport...I really think she thought she was beyond the law, and it was a rude awakening for her today to find out otherwise.
This, and the 90 days of ordered inhouse rehab, may be the best thing that every happened to her. Hopefully, she'll get herself back on track. She'll need some guidance and support over the next two weeks (till she goes to jail) but, in the long run, I think it's the right call.