Because doctors at the rehab facility don't think that Lindsay's psychiatric problems are severe, it is 'very possible' that she will leave the sober house and begin getting outpatient care this week.
Lindsay Lohan is likely to be freed sooner that the court has ordered her to. Sources told TMZ that the 24-year-old troubled star will leave UCLA Neuropsychiatric Hospital this week because doctors at the facility don't think that her psychiatric problems are severe.
According to the site, although the doctors have not written their final report, they already came to an end that Lindsay's psychiatric issues are not nearly as serious as they first thought. And though the "I Know Who Killed Me" actress was said bipolar, but it has been proven that that wasn't the case.
Moreover, the doctors believe that Lindsay's reported big issues with Adderall don't require much more impatient care. On Lindsay leaving the sober living house and beginning to get outpatient care this week, sources stated that it is "very possible."
If Lindsay's doctors have written their final report, mentioning that releasing her is a good idea, the actress' lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley could go back into court and request the judge to allow her client having outpatient care. According to the site, the judge will almost certainly go along with the doctors' decision.
Lindsay checked into UCLA Neuropsychiatric Hospital soon after she was released from the Century Regional Detention Center in Lynwood, California on August 2. Lindsay was ordered to complete 90-day in the rehab facility and will face another time in prison if she violates her probation. Once she completes her rehab stint, she will be subject to random drug and alcohol testing until August 2011, when her probation term ends.