One of Lindsay Lohan’s close pals, celebrity jewelry designer Pascal Mouawad, tells RadarOnline.com the reformed Hollywood wild child not only has cleaned up her act but has no desire to go out and party any more.
“She is very healthy and wants to get back on track and build her career,” Mouawad told RadarOnline.com in an exclusive video interview.
“She wants to grow again and be the famous lady she was.”
Lohan was released from the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, California, on January 3 after a 90-day court-ordered stay.
The Mean Girls star, 24, served the rehab stint in connection with her 2007 DUI conviction, which also led to time in jail. As RadarOnline.com reported, Mouawad was one of the first to meet with Lohan after her release.
"She is very focused and has no desire to go out,” he told us. "She has a lot of goals that she wants to accomplish and objectives she is pursuing."
Indeed, one of Lohan's future business partners could be Mouawad, who has collaborated with other A-list stars including Kim Kardashian, Nicole Richie and Bridget Marquardt.
"We have discussed it, but right now I'm just supporting her and her career and life," Mouawad told RadarOnline.com at The Hospitality Suite at the Nivea for Men Mansion hosted at his Beverly Hills estate.
"She loves diamonds and jewelry and she is quite creative so we are contemplating and looking at those ideas and seeing what could come out of them.
"She sketches and she has been sketching a few renderings for me.”
Celebrities, in Hollywood for the Golden Globes, picked up gifts from Mouawad, JOICO Hair Care and Pandora.
They were also primped by Mika Fowler of Gavert Atelier salon, George Papanikolas of Andy Lecompte salon and Valerie Beverly Hills makeup.