Judge Elden Fox, the new judge on Lindsay Lohan’s case, may not be as hard a** as Judge Marsha Revel, but he’s given her some pretty strict provisions as a free woman.
According to TMZ, the judge has confined Lilo to her home until November 1. She also must participate in psychotherapy a minimum of four times a week. That’s on top of random drug and alcohol testing twice a week, therapy twice a week, and a 12-step program.
That pretty much leaves NO days free for Lindsay. If drugs or alcohol are found in Lindsay’s system, she will be sent directly back to jail for 30 days. And the court would likely be less inclined to let her out early that time around.
Shawn Chapman Holley told the judge, "She is serious about her sobriety. She looks forward to proving to the court ... that she's moving forward in a positive manner."
Outside the courthouse, Holley told reporters: "This is a new beginning for Lindsay Lohan," adding that she was released early from inpatient treatment because her doctors found it was "completely unnecessary and that it was in her own best interest to move her to outpatient treatment."
It’s better than rehab and jail, but Lindsay doesn’t exactly have much to look forward to in the coming months. And she can kiss her move to New York goodbye for now too.