According to an interview with the prosecutor in Lindsay Lohan’s case, health professionals at UCLA Medical Center may recommend that Lohan be released early from her 90 day court-ordered rehab.
Lohan served only 14 days of the 90 day jail sentence she received for violating her probation from a DUI she received in 2007. Now she may be getting released early from her 90 day inpatient rehab that immediately followed her jail time.
Danette Meyers, the prosecutor in Lohan’s case, told celebrity news website RadarOnline.com that Lohan may not serve the entire 90 days of rehab at the UCLA Medical Center.
“My understanding from conversations with Shawn Chapman Holley (Lohan’s attorney) is that Miss Lohan could be released early from the treatment facility,” Meyers told RadarOnline.com. “It is looking as if that (early release) is what the health care professionals are going to recommend.”
Meyers said that if Lohan were to be released early it is likely she would continue rehab as an out-patient.
It has not been confirmed if Lohan will actual be released early and what date she would be released if she didn’t serve the full 90 days.