Date: 25th August 2010
Lindsay Lohan has been released from a rehabilitation centre after serving just 23 days of her court-ordered 90-day program.
The Mean Girls actress was jailed last month for breaching her probation stemming from a 2007 DUI arrest.
Upon her release, after just 13 days, she was ordered to spend 90 days in rehab at the UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles.
But Lohan was discharged from the facility on Tuesday and will now receive outpatient care, according to TMZ.com.
Doctors at the centre reportedly told Judge Elden Fox, who is overseeing her case, that the star should be released from the hospital before the 90-day stint was completed.
While in rehab, doctors reportedly discovered that the actress doesn't suffer from ADHD or bipolar disorder, and that improperly prescribed Adderall might have been to blame for her erratic behavior.
Prior to her stint at UCLA's Medical Center, Lohan spent 13 days in jail at Los Angeles' Lynwood Correctional Facility. She was sentenced to 90 days in jail and 90 days of in-patient rehab in July. According to the L.A. County Sheriff's Department, good behavior on her part and overcrowding in L.A.'s prison system led to her early release from Lynwood.
And Lohan is already gearing up for her return to work: A source says she has plans to start filming her tango-themed move, Dare to Love Me, in Los Angeles on Oct. 15. Plus, says the source, despite reports suggesting Lindsay is an insurance liability for film studios, Lohan has been insured for this film.
"Lindsay will start her life over," says the source. "She's gotten rid of the people around her who were bad influences."
Source: Press Release