Courtney Love can leave the facility for an outpatient program, a Los Angeles judge ruled on Friday
Behaving good not only is impressive, but better than that it could lead others to have respect on you and give you honor. Though it isn't that extreme, what is happening to Courtney Love surely is good news. The troubled rocker has been ordered to leave drug rehab center by a Los Angeles judge on Friday for an outpatient program.
Love, who was ordered into the treatment center earlier this year for 180 days after she admitted in August she had used drugs, a violation of her probation, is considered to progressing well and that's impress Superior Court Judge Rand Rubin for sure. "You're doing really well. I'm really pleased with the reports," Rubin told the 41-year-old singer during a hearing. "I certainly hope you keep up the good progress. You're definitely going in the right direction."
Though, as you know nothing is free in this world, Love's freedom cost her to submit a twice-weekly drug and alcohol tests. Besides, she is permitted to leave home only under certain circumstances, like visiting doctor or her probation officer. Hope things will get better and better for her.