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Rehab hasn't been a glamorous experience for Lindsay Lohan so far. Despite her years as a celebrity, she's treated just like every other patient at the Betty Ford Center, and it seems like that's for the best. For those who are curious, some key details about the 26-year-old's 90-day stay have been revealed.
Radar Online reports that Lohan is woken up at 6:30 a.m. every day -- just like the other patients. An announcement is made over the intercom in her room, and she is expected to arrive in a meeting room before 7 a.m.
“Lindsay’s days of sleeping in are now over," a source says. "She is treated like everyone else."
Once she has reported for duty, Lohan is set to work ... doing chores. This, for a girl who couldn't walk across the street to get a pack of cigarettes, must be the hardest part. The chores are assigned daily, and consist of mundane work like "stocking refrigerators of yogurt for patient use." At least Lohan can see the benefit of such work, as she then gets to go and eat said yogurt.
After being admitted to Betty Ford on May 2, Lohan underwent a 48-hour detox and was ordered by a judge to stay in the hospital wing of the center. She is residing in a female dormitory, though she hasn't been assigned a roommate. (Hopefully the center lets Lohan continue to transition into rehab mode before sticking someone with the troubled starlet.) At least Lohan is being cooperative about the whole rehab experience -- maybe because she is allowed to take Adderall.
"She is adapting to being back at Betty Ford and is very receptive to the care plan that has been created for her," Radar's insider says.
And a source close to the star tells E! News that "she's good. She's settled in and is doing well. She is really adjusting."
Good luck, Lindsay! Only 83 more days to go...