Updated 3:53 p.m. PT
Hours after Lindsay Lohan was sprung from jail, Playboy magazine confirmed that her photo shoot will appear on the cover of the magazine's January/February issue.
Lohan's spokesman said Monday that the pictorial "is absolutely fantastic and very tasteful."
Because, of course, people buy Playboy for the articles, Lohan's pictures will be accompanied an interview; it will appear on newsstands in late December.
Lindsay Lohan is out of jail Monday morning, probably before most people even knew she'd gone in.
Lohan was booked at the Century Regional Detention facility in Lynwood Sunday night just before 9 p.m., and less than five hours later, around 1:40 a.m., she was a free woman once again, the AP reports.
Lohan was ordered to serve a 30-day sentence for violating her parole, but because of jail overcrowding, her stay was expected to be a brief one.
In addition to the 30-day jail sentence, Lohan was ordered to undergo therapy sessions, appear at monthly court hearings between December and March and to finish her community service hours — more than 400 — at the county morgue.
She also is not allowed to leave the country, and she can only leave California with the permission of her new probation officer.
The star's latest jail sentence was her fifth since being arrested twice for drunk driving in 2007, and it wasn't her shortest stay; in 2007, she served an 84-minute jail stint.