MALIBU, Calif. (KTLA) — Actress Lindsay Lohan left a Malibu treatment facility on Tuesday after completing her court-ordered rehab, TMZ reported.
Lohan, 26, checked into the Betty Ford Center in late May to begin her 90-day rehab stay.
She transferred to Cliffside Malibu last month.
Lohan agreed to enter rehab as an alternative to jail time after a judge found that she violated her probation by lying to police about a car crash last summer.
She pleaded no contest to reckless driving and lying to a police officer in connection with the crash, which happened in Santa Monica.
At the time, Lohan was on probation from a previous shoplifting case.
The “Mean Girls” star planned to stay with a sober living coach in Los Angeles for a few days, according to TMZ.
After that “transition period,” she planned to move back to New York, the website reported.
The starlet already has a post-rehab deal lined up with Oprah Winfrey for an eight-part documentary about her new sober lifestyle.
Lohan was also scheduled guest host an episode of “Chelsea Lately” next week.