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Lindsay Lohan was released from rehab on Tuesday after spending just three weeks in UCLA's Neuropsychiatric Hospital. The troubled starlet only served a fraction of her originally slated three month inpatient treatment, which was part of her sentence for violating probation in a DUI case.
"She's out and doing really well," a source told People.com.
According to RadarOnline.com, Lohan exited the facility through the back door and got into a chauffeur-driven car, where she immediately called her mom, Dina.
Lohan is reportedly now part of UCLA's outpatient program, and still has to follow a set of strict rules.
"The outpatient program is just like the inpatient program, except you get to go home at night," a UCLA patient revealed.
This UCLA stint marks the troubled starlet's fourth visit to rehab. She previously spent 30 days in L.A.'s Wonderland Center drug and addiction facility in Jan. 2007, which she checked into voluntarily. "She was 19 years old, went to Los Angeles and was a young girl and got in trouble," mom Dina Lohan told Matt Lauer on the Today show.
Following a DUI arrest in May 2007, Lohan returned to rehab, this time at the Promises Treatment Center in Malibu, Calif., where she stayed for 45 days. After a second DUI arrest, Lohan entered rehab for a third time -- at the Cirque Lodge Treatment Center in Sundance, Utah -- in Aug. 2007, and remained there until Oct. 5, 2007.
So, will this be Lohan's last time in treatment? "She's grown up considerably," Lohan's mom says, adding that Lindsay's age and "living life and growing up" makes her confident that her daughter has changed for the better.
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