Make room on your Lindsay Lohan wall of shame for LiLo’s most recent mugshot, deemed her “most sassiest yet” yesterday by MSN. For those of us keeping count, this will be the 26-year-old starlet’s sixth time in front of the official cop cam.
During her March 18 court date in Los Angeles, Lindsay pleaded no contest to charges of giving false information to a police officer and reckless driving. Lindsay copped a plea, avoided any jail time, and agreed to 90 days in a locked rehab facility.
In addition to Lindsay’s most recent mugshot being her sixth, this will also be her sixth trip to rehab over the last six years. Everyone’s hoping that “6” will be Lindsay Lohan’s lucky number.
Yahoo! News described Lindsay’s impending rehab stay like this:
“Lock down” rehab is just that … the 26-year-old will not be able to leave the premises for any reason whatsoever, and she will likely not be allowed any visitors.
Jennifer Criswell Sartin, a Texas-based addiction expert, went on to say that “most rehabs, once you’ve been in one or two weeks showing good behavior, they’ll allow family members to come visit or they might even allow a family member to take you out to lunch – and that would be a privilege.”
But the “lock down” aspect associated with LiLo’s rehab removes that privilege. Lindsay won’t be going out to lunch or entertaining any guests or family members during her rehab stay.
Sartin also went on to say that Lindsay’s rehab will probably be strictly regimented and might include a daily schedule of waking up at 6 a.m., group meetings by 7 a.m., and lights out at 10 p.m., which is a drastically different schedule than our hard-core party girl currently enjoys.
Lindsay might even have to do some chores, according to Sartin.
“… a good facility might even have the patients prepare the meals for the group, kind of like a sober-living atmosphere. There will definitely be meal times and it will be healthy eating. Again, addicts and alcoholics don’t eat and when they do, it’s food that is unhealthy. So there will be probably some health and fitness every day, lots of work outside of group time, hopefully a 12-step program. There will be homework!”
Based upon the number of unsuccessful trips to rehab Lindsay’s already had, Sartin also said that focusing on “relapse therapy” for the actress would be essential.
Sartin feels that the biggest hurdles Lindsay faces would be her willingness to admit that she has an addiction problem, and that she has to be willing to change.
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