It’s been three months since troubled actress Lindsay Lohan entered rehab as ordered by court as part of her plea agreement in a criminal case.
Now, after 90 days, the 27-year-old actress left treatment center in Malibu, Calif. on Tuesday, July 30. Earlier, Linday checked into Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, Calif. on May 2, ordered by the court after she reportedly lied to the police during a car accident back in June, which is in direct violation of her previous probation.
Later, Lindsay left Betty Ford Center and Cliffside Malibu after halfway through her stay, as the latter was said to be a better option for long-term care. This was Lindsay’s sixth recorded stay in a rehab facility.
Meanwhile, Lindsay’s new film, The Canyons, has premiered in New York City on Monday, July 29. Though most reviews haven’t been great, Paul Schrader, The Canyons director, praised the actress at the opening night event, saying she entered into a “new phase”.
Lindsay also featured as a guest star on an episode on Charlie Sheen’s, Anger Management show on FX. She and the former Two And A Half Men star also co-starred together in the movie, Scary Movie 5, which was released last April.