Lindsay Lohan all smiles after completing 90-day court-ordered rehab
Lohan, 27, left Cliffside Malibu Rehab Center and will spend the next few days with her sober coach in Los Angeles, reports TMZ.
The actress checked into the Betty Ford Center on May 3 but later transferred to Cliffside in June.
Now on the road to recovery, Lohan is now ready to re-ignite her acting career. Her new movie "The Canyons" opens in theaters Friday and she will fill in for Chelsea Handler on Monday's episode of "Chelsea Lately."
Lohan has also signed on with the OWN network for an eight episode documentary series, which will follow the troubled starlet on her road to recovery. The docu-series will air in 2014.
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