The judge in Lindsay Lohan’s case will issue an order Wednesday, and it is expected that she will be released from rehab early.
Lindsay Lohan could be a free woman as early as tomorrow morning. Shawn Chapman Holley met with the new judge of Lohan’s case, Judge Elden Fox, Monday. Fox will issue an order Wednesday morning in Lohan’s case at 8:30 a.m. PST.
The doctors at UCLA Medical Center, where Lindsay Lohan is being treated, think treatment will be easier than expected. Lindsay had been diagnosed with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) in the past and prescribed Adderall, which the doctors at UCLA say she does not have this condition. They believe this misdiagnosis may be what unhinged Lindsay in the first place, leading to the reckless behavior she has demonstrated.
A prominent L.A. addiction specialist, Dr. Joe Haraszti, told TMZ that people who take Adderall when they don’t need it can experience similar effects as people who use cocaine or methamphetamine.
Dr. Haraszti says people who unnecessarily take Adderall can display manic symptoms and often do things like “driving around until all hours of the morning, smoking heavily, tweeting and texting all night long. They can become very impulsive.”
The doctors at UCLA Medical Center have recommended that Lohan get out before the 90 days imposed by the prior judge, Marsha Revel, who quit the case after Lohan went to jail.