Lindsay Lohan Released from Rehab
Lindsay Lohan is out of rehab after 22 days of treatment at the UCLA Medical Center, the actress’ civil attorney confirmed in an interview with Usmagazine.
Lawyer Ed McPherson said that Lohan “has been released from inpatient rehab,” a day after it was speculated that the troubled young actress would be released early from the 90-day treatment imposed by Judge Marsha Revel, who previously handled the “Mean Girls” star’s case. Reports say Lohan’s early release may have stemmed from doctors’ findings at the UCLA facility that the 24-year-old actress was not as addicted to any drug as previously thought. Doctors also concluded that Lohan’s “psychiatric problems are not nearly as severe as first thought.”
Lohan entered rehab on August 2 after serving 13 days of her 90-day jail sentence for violating the terms of her probation for a DUI case. The actress, however, is not entirely free yet as she still has to undergo outpatient treatment, where she would still report to the UCLA facility but gets to go home at the end of her session.