Lindsay Lohan ordered to attend psychotherapy

Judge Elden Fox, who is presiding over her case now, has ruled that the 'Mean Girls' star, who was discharged from the UCLA Medical Centre on Tuesday, will have to attend four psychotherapy and two behavioural therapy sessions a week.

The 24-year-old actress will also have to submit to random drug and alcohol testing twice a week, see a counsellor seven times a week for chemical dependency issues and attend 12-step chemical dependency sessions five times a week, reported Contactmusic.
If Lohan fails to comply with any of the conditions, Judge Fox has warned she will face a 30-day jail sentence.

However, once she passes a deadline of November 1, the strict conditions imposed on the actress, who was originally sentenced to 90 days jail and 90 days in rehab for breaching the terms of her probation set for a 2007 driving under the influence (DUI) conviction, will be eased.

"If all conditions are met by November 1, she will be allowed unsupervised probation and permitted to live elsewhere, including outside California," said the judge.Lohan's lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley insisted the star is "serious about her sobriety.""She looks forward to proving to the court that she's moving forward in a positive manner," he said.

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