Actress Lindsay Lohan looked exhausted and loopy March 18 as she struck a last-minute plea deal in Los Angeles Superior Court to avoid jail time stemming from her June 2012 car accident.
Under the plea bargain, Lohan agreed to enter lock-down rehab for 90 days, undergo psychotherapy for 18 months and complete 30 days of community labor, TMZ reported March 18.
Lindsay, who showed up 48 minutes late to her court hearing, pled no contest to reckless driving and lying to police after she rear-ended a truck while on probation for jewelry theft.
When asked by Judge James Dabney if she understood the conditions of her sentence, Lohan answered, "Yes, your honor." The judge added, "A suggestion: don't drive. This is it. You violate your probation, and we're not going to be having discussions about putting you back on probation in either case."
Lohan was also reminded that she cannot drive at all with any drugs or alcohol in her system, and that she must provide a progress report on her psychiatric counseling when she appears in court May 2.
Lindsay has spent the past five years in and out of court for drug-related legal problems and parole violations. Lohan has been on probation since August 2007 after pleading guilty to misdemeanor drug charges and no contest to three driving-related charges. She has since been in and out of drug rehab. In 2012, she claimed she was clean and sober.