Lindsay Lohan was released from Century Regional Detention Center in Lynwood, California at 1:35 a.m. Monday after serving 14 days of a 90-day sentence for violating her probation in a 2007 drug case. Lohan is now required to report directly to rehab for a mandatory three-months of treatment.
Lindsay Lohan is reportedly being treated at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center bipolar disorder and methamphetamine addiction.
Sunday morning, Lohan’s attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley, told reporters outside Lynwood’s Century Regional Detention Facility that she hoped Lohan would have a few hours of freedom to spend with her family before she went into rehab.
“She is trying to comply with all court orders,” Holley said, “but she should have 24 hours at home.”
Lohan was not granted that time at home and is reportedly upset that she didn’t get to see her family before being taken to rehab.
“Lindsay is very upset that the judge ordered her to go straight to rehab,” a source tells People. “[Lindsay] feels that she deserved to spend a day with her family after she behaved well in jail.”
The source atold People that Lohan is feeling “depressed.” “[She] is having a difficult time accepting that she will be in rehab for the next three months. She still doesn’t think that she needs any help.”
After Lohan completes her 90-day treatment, she will be subject to random drug and alcohol testing until Aug. 2011, when her probation term ends.