Lindsay Lohan began moving out of her sober house, Pickford Lofts, on Monday — and RadarOnline.com’s cameras were there.
Lohan's assistant, Elenore Lievne, was spotted taking at least 10 bags of the starlet’s belongings — most of which appeared to be clothing — from the sober-living facility she checked into five days ago.
At the same time, Lohan’s new attorney Robert Shapiro was spotted entering the Beverly Hills courthouse where Lohan is expected to surrender Tuesday to begin serving a 90 day jail sentence.
The Pickford Lofts were founded by Shapiro, who became involved with rehab facilities following the tragic death of his son, Brent, due to a 2005 drug overdose.
Shapiro, who served as part of O.J. Simpson’s defense during the infamous 1990s murder trial, has said he is not planning to appeal Lohan’s jail sentence.