Lindsay Lohan Released From Rehab

Actress served 23 days of her 90-day sentence.

After serving 23 days of her 90-day sentence, Lindsay Lohan was released from rehab Tuesday (August 24), according to Radar Online She similarly served just 13 days of her 90-day jail sentence before being released August 2.

This was Lohan's fourth attempt at rehab, and TMZ has reported that the UCLA Medical Center doctors treating the actress believe the three-month stay ordered by the previous judge in the case, Marsha Revel, was excessive, and they recommended an early release.

That modification was due, in part, to the belief that Lohan may have been misdiagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and that a prescription given for that malady could have caused her to go off the rails.

Lohan is likely to continue receiving care on an outpatient basis.

After reporting to the Century Regional Detention Center on July 20 for her 90-day jail sentence, Lohan was released after less than two full weeks in custody thanks to good behavior and the chronic overcrowding at the facility. She then went straight from jail to the UCLA Medical Center on August 2 to begin the rehab phase of her sentence for a probation violation from a 2007 DUI conviction.