Lindsay Lohan has completed her court-mandated three months in a rehab facility and will now seek outside help, a source with knowledge of her situation told HLN Wednesday.
Lohan, 27, was seen smiling as she left a California treatment center Tuesday. She will be spending the next few days with a sobriety coach, who will help her transition to a regular routine, the source said.
Lohan agreed to spend 90 days in rehab to avoid jail time stemming from accusations that she lied to police about a traffic accident in June 2012.
During her rehab stay, Lohan also signed a $2 million deal with Oprah Winfrey that includes an exclusive interview with the talk show host, set to air Aug. 18. Lohan will also start in an eight-episode docu-series on Oprah’s network, OWN, as part of the agreement. The series will follow Lohan's struggles to regain her once-promising career and stay sober.
Lohan's latest movie, "The Canyons," is set to open Friday.