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She's In, She's Out: Lindsay Lohan Released From Rehab

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Actress Lindsay Lohan was reportedly released from rehab yesterday afternoon, "after serving just over three weeks of her court-ordered 90 days of in-patient treatment," according to ABC News.

The 24-year-old had been checked in to UCLA's Neuropsychiatric Hospital for inpatient treatment since her August 2nd release from jail in Lynwood. "Judge Elden Fox is expected to issue a formal order Wednesday morning on how Lohan's rehab should be completed," reports LA Now. Lohan may have already made arrangements to participate in the facility's outpatient program.

Lohan was sentenced to 90 days in jail by Judge Marsha Revel, who since recused herself from the high-profile case. The actress spent only 13 days in jail, and 22 in rehab.

During her 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."