The doctors of the UCLA Psychiatric Unit ruled out that actress Lindsay Lohan could be possibly be released this week. They are concluding that the actress’ psychiatric problems were not as severe as they were expecting. They are suspecting a bipolar disorder on her but later found out that it wasn’t the case after all.
Her Adderall issues might as well be continued as an outpatient case. They further stated that an outpatient care could be very possible for the actress and it could be as early as this week.
Once all these statements be documented by the doctors, her lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley could go back into court and request the judge to allow her client having outpatient care. According to the site TMZ, the judge would most likely go along with the doctors’ decision.
After her release from the Century Regional Detention Center in Lynwood, California last August 2, she was immediately checked in to UCLA Neuropsychiatric Hospital for her 90 day stay at a rehabilitation facility. It seems that it won’t reach 90 days this time because if she will be under an outpatient care next week, then it be just be 2 weeks.
After this she will be subjected to random drug and alcohol testing until her probation term ends on August next year.