Lindsay Lohan had a very different type of late night over the weekend when she was released from jail in the wee hours of Monday morning and whisked away to the UCLA Medical Center. A source tells RadarOnline.com that the actress is doing well despite her ongoing ordeal.
“Lindsay is in good spirits,” the source close to Lindsay told RadarOnline.com exclusively. “She is in good spirits, but she is extremely tired. Lindsay is just relieved to be out of jail." Lohan was transported from the women's correctional facility in Lynwood to UCLA in an unmarked van. Her lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley and a representative from the hospital were also in the vehicle.
Lindsay was scheduled to go to Morningside in Orange County but as RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, Judge Marsha Revel nixed those plans because of concerns that drugs could be snuck into the actress.
As for her stay at UCLA, the source says Lindsay "is not in the lockdown psychiatric unit at UCLA." However, she will be monitored closely at all times and she will be required to stay the entire 90 days ordered by the court.
Lohan will remain on probation for another year after being released from UCLA. She has been prohibited from consuming alcohol or illegal drugs and she will continue to be randomly drug tested.