We remember a time when Lindsay Lohan was so intent on never stepping foot back into rehab—but oh, how times have changed. According to TMZ, after completing her court-mandated 90 days of rehab between the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, CA to Cliffside rehab in Malibu, Lohan doesn't want to peace out straight away. Instead, she's going to stay an extra few days as a "transition period" before heading back out into the real world, and would even like to stay in a "lower level, sober living house" while she adjusts.
As previously reported, Lohan is set to start filming a "docu-series" for Oprah's OWN network that will be directed by documentary filmmaker Amy Rice, and which "follows Lohan's struggle to stay healthy" fresh out of rehab. There's no word on if cameras will be following her when she does leave rehab later, but it seems a little likely given her history. Why wouldn't she want them to capture her with a good look for once?
Apparently, sources close to LiLo are "shocked" by her progress and willingness to stay longer in rehab, one even stating, "It's like invasion of the body snatchers. She's a different person."
Post-rehab, LiLo is expected to move to NYC.