So, what's Lindsay Lohan getting at with her new address?
While a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office told E! News it was her understanding that Lohan's legal team—presumably being headed up now by star defense attorney Robert Shapiro—is not planning to appeal her jail sentence, it remains unclear why she opted to move into a sober-living facility five days before she's due to surrender.
Shapiro was spotted earlier today heading into Pickford Lofts, which he founded in honor of his son Brent, who died of a drug overdose in 2005. Lohan's assistant, toting what looked like enough coffee for a legal strategy session, entered the building soon after.