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Wednesday, 7 July 2010

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Eilat Anchel, Lindsay Lohan's new playmate, has been given permission to have conjugal visits with Lohan once she begins to serve her ninety days in the slammer.

"I hope Eilet gets to come every day", Lohan reportedly told the judge, but she got no promise, only the shaking of the judge's head.

"Does that mean no?"

"It means that this job is getting more full of shit everyday."

Anchel has been with Lohan over the past month, a longtime affair for Lohan.

Lindsay said that Eilat, who completed her mandatory stint in the Israeli army, and she have been getting pretty serious" over the last month.

"I know I'll be able to complete this horrid sentence if she is there with me as often as possible."

However, an unnamed former boyfriend of Lohan's has also applied for 'conjugal visits' and three more are said to be filling out applications.

There is information that a local catering service will also be involved.

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