Lindsay Lohan surrendered at a Beverly Hills courthouse to begin her 90-day jail sentence Tuesday morning, despite her lawyer quitting her case on Monday, Reuters reported. Lohan's father, who was in the courtroom on Tuesday morning with her mother during a brief hearing, said, "We love you, Lindsay," after the judge said she was remanded to serve her sentence. Lohan was then taken to the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, California, where she served for a mere 84 minutes in 2007. She may have been sentenced to 90 days—but the Los Angeles Times reported late Monday that Lindsay will now only serve thirteen or fourteen days. According to a document in the Sheriff's Department, Lohan's "projected release date" is "Aug.1 or Aug. 2." And, what goes around comes around: Lindsay has also reportedly been placed in a cell next to Alexis Neiers, the 19-year-old made famous for robbing Lohan's home.