Lindsay Lohan’s “no contest” sentence of 90 days in a locked-in rehabilitation facility may be bogus, at least according to TMZ. On March 20 the celebrity news website reported that Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James Dabney’s sentence of 90 days in lock down at a New York rehab can’t actually be enforced, because rehab facilities can’t force patients to stay on the premises,and lockdown rehab doesn’t even exist.
A source close to the situation told TMZ: "The sentence was actually 90 days in custody, and lockdown rehab would satisfy that. If there's no such thing, then she'll go to jail for 90 days."
According to the New York Post, Lohan’s rehab doesn’t have to be locked like a correctional facility, but she won’t be allowed to leave the property. If she leaves, she’ll be in violation of her sentence and could wind up in jail.
Lohan has to pick a rehab facility and be in enrolled in a program by May 2.
On March 19, Lohan posed for her latest mug shot, just a day after the Daily Mail reported she was spotted in a car parked in front of Hollywood’s AV Club just hours after her court appearance.
She denied hanging out at the club and promised her Twitter followers: “ I'm taking this seriously and focused on the road ahead.”