Lindsay Lohan just finished another flash in the can.
The “Mean Girls” star was booked into a California jail shortly before 9 p.m. Sunday night and was free a starlet before the sun came up Monday morning — the beneficiary of jail overcrowding.
She was also carrying a few extra pounds, jail records show.
Lohan checked into the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, Calif., at 8:48 p.m. Sunday and was back out “around 1:30 [a.m. Monday\]," a source told the Daily News.
That means her 30-day jail sentence for a probation violation lasted less than five hours.
“Lindsay is extremely focused on fulfilling her community service, so she can put this all past her as soon as possible,” her spokesman, Steve Honig, told The News early Monday.
A judge last week sentenced the 25-year-old stunner and future Playboy covergirl to a month behind bars for violating her probation after she blew off nine appointments for community service at a women's shelter and got terminated from the court-ordered gig.
Lohan now must finish the remainder of her 480 hours of community service, scrubbing bathrooms at the county morgue, a judge ordered.
If she messes up again, she'll automatically get 270 days in jail — the maximum allowable remaining time on her combined shoplifting and double DUI cases, Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner warned last week.
Lohan waived her right to appeal the possible sentence when she accepted her latest deal.
The former child star weighed in at 119 pounds Sunday night, according to jail records, three pounds heavier than she was during a booking process last month.
The extra curves will be on full display in an upcoming issue of Playboy, Hugh Hefner confirmed on his Twitter account Sunday night.
Lohan’s brief jail stay was her fourth trip behind bars. She spent 84 minutes at the Los Angeles County women's jail in 2007, two weeks in July 2010 and 14 hours in Sept. 2010 - all stemming from her back-to-back DUIs in 2007.
She also spent a month under house arrest in May and June after pleading "no contest" to misdemeanor necklace theft.