Lindsay Lohan is in the system. Again. The 26-year-old actress was booked on charges of reckless driving and lying to a peace officer Tuesday at the Santa Monica Police Department, after which she was released from custody and sent on her way.
In her imminent future, however, is 90 days of locked rehab, 30 days of community labor, 18 months of psychotherapy, fines and restitution for the other driver.
Lohan pleaded no contest Monday to the aforementioned charges stemming from a car crash last summer, after which authorities determined that she was behind wheel despite her initial claim to the contrary.
"As you know, yesterday the court outlined the terms of probation," which required the "Liz & Dick" star to appear for booking within seven days, Lohan attorney Anthony Falangetti exclusively tells E! News. "And, of course, Lindsay is committed with following the court and did as she was told."
Lohan is required to provide proof to the court by May 2 that she has enrolled in a residential treatment program.
Meanwhile, despite being photographed in a car that appeared to be approaching AV Club in Hollywood, Lohan has flatly denied that she was out partying last night, just hours after a court appearance that included getting glitter-bombed on her way inside and her father lashing out at her lawyer afterward.
"She is doing good," Falangetti says of his client. "I am happy with how things turn out yesterday and Lindsay is now moving on."
—Reporting by Holly Passalaqua and Claudia Rosenbaum
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