It appears that Lindsay Lohan has been released from her four-month stint in rehab.
According to E! News, Lohan's mom, Dina, confirmed her daughter's release from the Betty Ford Center, adding: "It's a great day." MTV News reached out to Lohan's rep for an official statement but did not receive a response by press time.
Lohan's sixth stint in rehab came after she voluntarily entered the Ford Center in late September following an admission that she'd failed a court-mandated drug test. It was preceded by a 14-hour trip to jail — the same one she'd exited in August for violating her probation. That was followed by 23 days in court-ordered rehab.
Despite being dropped from her one upcoming film project, "Inferno," the problem-plagued star has plans to expand her 6126 fashion line. Lohan also recently posted a hopeful message on Twitter on New Year's Day, writing, "Today is the first day of the rest of my life," and then quoted spiritual icon Mahatma Ghandi's message that, "The future depends on what we do in the present."
Her sometimes-estranged father, Michael, told CBS News that his daughter is doing "unbelievably" well.
"She's turned this whole situation around to use this to her advantage and she has taken the right steps and put the right people back in her life that she had at the best part of her life to really use it as a springboard," Lohan said.