Lindsay Lohan is days away from being released from the rehab facility she's been receiving treatment in for the past few months, and it seems that the troubled starlet is already plotting out her post-rehab future. According to E! News, Lohan is looking to expand her fashion brand.
The website reports that through her 6126 fashion line, which now predominately sells leggings, Lohan wants to start designing footwear. A rep for the fashion line told the site, "She'll finalize everything when she's out." The rep added that the shoes Lohan was mulling over for the line would be "classic, glamorous, timeless with a sexy flair."
An announcement is expected to be made early next year, and the line is expected to debut next fall. A 6126 rep did not respond to MTV News' requests for further information about the report.
Lohan recently found herself in trouble after a worker at the Betty Ford rehab facility pressed charges against the actress for allegedly assaulting her earlier this month. After being fired from her job at the facility, the technician dropped charges against Lohan, saying she does not want "in any way, shape or form to do anything that would violate Lindsay's probation or cause an arrest."
In November, Lohan was let go from an upcoming film project, "Inferno," after she became too much of a liability. "We are withdrawing our offer from Lindsay Lohan," director Matthew Wilder said. "We are currently in negotiations [with another actress] and working out the legalities of bringing her onboard."