Lindsay’s three-month jail sentence was cut short due to overcrowding, and now she may get out early from UCLA rehab to outpatient care.

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Lindsay Lohan may leave rehab this week

by Julia
August 24, 2010 at 7:44 pm

Lindsay’s three-month jail sentence was cut short due to overcrowding, and now she may get out early from UCLA rehab to outpatient care.

It is expected that a new hearing set for Wednesday morning at a Beverly Hills courthouse will reevaluate Lindsay sentence.

“There’s a possibility she could get out from inpatient treatment earlier than 90 days,” District Attorney spokeswoman Jane Robison told People.

“But where she might go depends on whatever the doctors recommend.”

Lohan, 24, has been receiving treatment at the campus hospital since August 2 but even if she is released early, she may still receive care. “The outpatient program is just like the inpatient program, except you get to go home at night,” says a UCLA patient.

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