File this under the "well, duh!" category, but CNN and people.com are reporting that the inmates inside the correctional facility where actress Lindsay Lohan is being housed are fed up with her special treatment. Is anyone surprised about this. Listen to what one inmate had to say:
" 'Like, if they even want to bring her new clothes or bring her anything, they put the whole facility on lockdown. It happens all the time.' "
So, why am I wasting blog space covering this story?
I believe that there needs to be a serious conversation about just what being a celebrity means in our society. I understand that being famous gets you special treatment. I get that a Brad Pitt, Carrie Underwood, or even a local media celebrity will have greater access to things. I do feel, however, that this special treatment should end at the jailhouse door. Am I the only one who feels this way? Surely not! What say you?