Sunday 18 March 2018

Lindsay Lohan hits the clubs, and her dad hits the roof

Lindsay Lohan is seen at the Santa Monica Police Station on March 19
Lindsay Lohan is seen at the Santa Monica Police Station on March 19
Actress Lindsay Lohan sits at a hearing in Los Angeles Superior Court in Los Angeles, California March 18, 2013.
The troubled actress was ordered to spend 90 days in a locked rehabilitation facility and undertake 30 days community labor as part of a plea bargain

The troubled star went clubbing hours after her latest court hearing...

The 26-year-old Mean Girls star is scheduled to enter a stay rehab facility for 90 days after striking a deal with prosecutors in her reckless driving case.

Lindsay has been in and out of rehab and faced a string of drinking and drug convictions since 2007.

Hours after her latest hearing at the start of this week, she was spotted slinking into Hollywood’s trendy AV Club.

X17 Online has acquired photos of the actress idling in a car outside the venue.

And her father Michael is fuming, as it appears to him that she doesn’t seem to be taking her impending treatment seriously.

“Are you kidding me? Just when you think things are getting better, the same people who were in court with Lindsay, and heard the judge instruct her not to be around people or places that drugs might be present, are the same ones out with her attempting to go into a club last night!” he seethed to Radar Online.

Lindsay is understood to be estranged from her father. It is unclear if she acknowledged his presence at court on Monday.

The actress pleaded no contest to misdemeanour charges of reckless driving, lying to police and obstructing police from performing their duties while investigating her June 2012 car crash in Los Angeles.

She avoided jail time by accepting a plea deal with prosecutors that included commitments to complete 30 days of community labour and 18 months of psychiatric treatment in addition to the time in rehab.

The judge overseeing the case gave her a 45-day deadline to enter a facility where she will not be given day passes to leave.

Michael just hopes the month and a half before she enters rehab doesn’t leave too much time for his daughter to get into more trouble.

“Maybe waiting 45 days is too long? I wish she’d let me pick out the rehab NOW (and even pay for it),” he said.


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