Lindsay Lohan has successfully completed her court ordered 90-day rehab treatment, and Judge James Dabney ordered the actress to continue psychological counseling for the next year in a progress report hearing at the LAX Airport Courthouse Wednesday morning, RadarOnline.com has learned.
The starlet wasn't in court this morning, but her attorney, Shawn Holley, provided proof that Lohan had finished rehab as part of her plea deal in her lying-to-police case.
"Ms. Lohan has successfully completed residential treatment, and it's being recommended that she continue with her psychological counseling consisting of three 50 minute psychological counseling sessions per week," Judge James Dabney said during the brief hearing. "This can be done in person when she is in Los Angeles, or via Skype when she isn't."
As Radar previously reported Lohan, 27, was all smiles clad in a light blue patterned dress, suede brown jacket and ankle booties, with her trademark red mane glimmering.
There’s been much speculation over how LiLo will adapt to the outside world following her latest rehab stint, as sources close to the starlet say she’s planning on distancing herself from past bad influences — a list that includes her former girlfriend, DJ/socialite Samantha Ronson.
The actress won’t have much time to rest, as she's got a busy week ahead, as she’s planning to promote her latest film, The Canyons. The movie casts LiLo alongside James Deen, who earned his own measure of notoriety this summer as Teen Mom Farrah Abraham’s co-star in the sex tape, Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom.
Meanwhile, Lohan must still successfully complete her court ordered community labor and psychological counseling by November 2014.