After visits from friends and family last week at the Century Regional Detention Facility, the actress only saw her lawyer. Jail rules limit the number of personal visitors.
"It was hard for her not to see her family over the weekend," her attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley, said Monday at the jail. "She obviously wants to see her family."
It appeared she got her wish. In the afternoon, her mother Dina and sister Ali entered the jail facility.
As for how much longer Lohan will be cell-bound, Holley says, "We hope to know something soon."
Lohan has been in jail since July 20 to serve a 90-day sentence that will be reduced due to overcrowding.