Lindsay Lohan's Friends Are Worried About Her Recovery

While LiLo Twitters about the paparazzi, her friends are reportedly worrying about her falling back into old habits

Photographers caught the first glimpse of Lindsay Lohan Wednesday since getting out of rehab early -- but the troubled starlet wasn't too happy about the aggressive tactics they used to get the shot. So, she's taken to her Twitter to share her frustrations.

"Clearly.. Paparazzi shouldn't be allowed to take pictures or video while someone's driving or at a stop light," she Twittered on Thursday. "4every1's sake #trafficpolice."

But some of Lohan's friends seem to think she should worry less about the paparazzi's actions and more about her own. "Lindsay says she's determined to stay sober and focus on work," a source close to the star told People. "(But) it's too soon to tell what will happen. We've seen these moments of 'purity' before, but as soon as she gets a taste of the nightlife and the drama, she usually falls back into old habits fast."

Another alleged friend of the 24-year-old star also talked to People about his concerns. "She doesn't like staying put and she doesn't like being bored," the source said. "She needs to be constantly stimulated; it's not uncommon for her to be up texting from 4 a.m. to 8 a.m. The people in her life are on a constant roller coaster. Deep down, I think she knows she's in crisis. But she continues to make bad decisions. She still thinks she can get away with anything, get out of anything, make excuses."

But, others think Lohan, who was released early from jail and rehab (after serving 13 days of a 90-day sentence in jail and just 23 days at UCLA's Neuropsychiatric Hospital), will be just fine. Her costars in the upcoming movie Machete had nothing but glowing things to say about the star at the film's premiere and her lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley agrees that she's on the right path. "She is serious about her sobriety," Holley told reporters. "This is a new beginning for Lindsay Lohan."

One person who has always defended the actress' actions (and often denied that Lindsay even has a problem) is her mother Dina Lohan. Dina seems to think her daughter, who is now undergoing psychotherapy, outpatient treatment and random drug testing, is doing just fine. "She's grown up considerably," she said.

So who really knows Lindsay best: her friends or her mother and lawyer?

Do you think Lindsay Lohan will fall back into the same harmful patterns? Chime in below!

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