Lindsay Lohan could be granted an early release from rehab, according to the case prosecutor.
The actress was sentenced to three months behind bars followed by a three month rehab stint after violating the terms of her probation relating to a 2007 offence.
She was released from prison on 2nd August after serving just 13 days and began her rehab treatment at a facility in California immediately.
Speaking to ETonline, prosecutor Danette Meyers said: “My understanding from conversations with [Lohan’s attorney] Shawn Chapman Holley is that Miss Lohan could be released early from the treatment facility. It is looking as if that is what the health care professionals are going to recommend.
“How much earlier she could be released I’m unsure of at this point. I will follow what the health care professional advise. That could involve follow-up treatment for Miss Lohan. However, it is my understanding that it is looking like the health care professionals will be recommending that she be released earlier than the 90 days Judge Revel previously ordered.”
Lohan’s attorney has yet to comment.