Ending a drama-filled 35 days, Lindsay Lohan was finally freed from house arrest on Wednesday morning.

Sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore said that Lohan's electronic monitoring equipment was removed shortly before 10 a.m. and she was removed from the jail system around 10:20 a.m an AP report said.

But this does not mean Lohan is completely free. There is another 480 hours of community service; an anti-shoplifting class that she needs to deal with, along with d complies with other terms of her release.

According to her spokesman Steve Honig, Lohan is very focused on resuming her community service, which is being performed at a downtown Los Angeles women's shelter.

Lohan, 24, landed in jail in May pleading guilty to theft in a missing $2,500 necklace case. It was determined that the charge constituted a violation of the actress' probation regarding a 2007 drunk driving and cocaine possession case.

On May 26, she was told that she could serve her sentence at home and be monitored electronically. The actress's punishment too was reduced from 120 days to 35. Lohan's house arrest was lifted on Wednesday at 10:20 a.m. local time, according to a police report obtained by OnTheRedCarpet.com.

A Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner confirmed after reviewing Lohan's case file that the actress need not undergo random drug tests and that she had not been ordered by the previous judge to abstain from alcohol.

Sautner did order the actress to stop hosting parties while serving house, telling her at one point, Don't give people a reason to hate you, AP stated.

Lohan expressed her wish to resume acting and is still a cast member of the infamous New York Gotti crime family titled, Gotti: In The Shadow of My Father. Shooting on the film is expected to begin later this year, the report said.