Khloe Kardashian says she was released from jail after just 173 minutes on Friday because of bomb threats.
The reality star, 24, was originally slated to serve time for a 2007 DUI at a county jail in downtown Los Angeles, but due to "some complications," she was taken to the Lynwood, California, jail for women.
"As soon as I got to Lynwood, there were three bomb threats, and so they put me in solitary confinement," she said on Ryan Seacrest's KIIS-FM radio show Monday.
"A warden came down to see me and said, 'You're the one causing all the problems here ... There's all these bomb threats, and we're thinking it's for you.'
"They released me early because I was a threat to the prison," Kardashian added. "There's 2,500 inmates in there, and they [had] 2,515 [when I was there]. So they were overcrowded, but [my release was] because of the hysteria.
"The whole prison was on lockdown," she went on. "It was actually really scary."
During her time behind bars, Kardashian said she was forced to watch a video about "how to be a good inmate, how to avoid staph infections. This was an intense video... disgusting visuals."
Even though her stint was short, she said she is still paying for her DUI (which she blamed on the death of her father).
"I still have to go and do all of my classes and everything else and still pay. It's so much money!" she said. "It's been heartache for my family."
*shut up bitch, if it had been any of us out here in the ordinary world, we'd be locked away and forgotten about!*