Lohan ordered extensive psychotherapy and drug treatment
The troubled actress - who was discharged from the UCLA Medical Center on 24.08.10 after completing 22 days of treatment - has been given a strict set of conditions she must adhere to by Judge Elden Fox, who is now presiding over her case.
In a hearing on 25.08.10, the judge ordered Lindsay to attend four psychotherapy and two behavioural therapy sessions a week, submit to random drug and alcohol testing twice a week, see a counsellor seven times a week for chemical dependency issues and attend 12-step chemical dependency sessions five times a week.
If the `Mean Girls` actress fails to comply with any of the conditions, Judge Fox has warned she will face a 30-day jail sentence.
However, once she passes a deadline of November 1, the strict conditions imposed on the actress - who was originally sentenced to 90 days jail and 90 days in rehab for breaching the terms of her probation set for a 2007 driving under the influence (DUI) conviction - will be eased.
The judge said: "If all conditions are met by November 1, she will be allowed unsupervised probation and permitted to live elsewhere, including outside California."
Lindsay`s lawyer insisted the star is "serious about her sobriety."
Shawn Chapman Holley said: "She looks forward to proving to the court that she`s moving forward in a positive manner."
The actress` lawyer also confirmed Lindsay had decided not to attend the Los Angeles premiere of her new movie Machete last night.
She said: "She thought it was better for her to focus on recovery and not go to something splashy. She`s healthy and clear-headed."
The 24-year-old star has also been spotted applying for a new driving licence.
A source revealed: "Lindsay went to the DMV in Santa Monica today. You`re not allowed to drive if you are on probation for DUI, but she went to jail for ignoring her rules of probation on DUI, and she`s served her time so she can re-apply."