Lohan’s lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley will attend a probation modification hearing Wednesday in front of judge Elden Fox to attempt to release her client from rehab earlier than the court-mandated 90 days.
A source close to her said, "She is ready to get out. Lindsay has had a lot of down time, and she is anxious to return to her life. Lindsay misses her family and friends tremendously. Lindsay simply wants her life back."
This week’s hearing is crucial because only Judge Fox can decide whether or not Lindsay is released from rehab early. And one rehab official told relayed that it is extremely rare for someone to be released from treatment early.
"It is hard to find a doctor to recommend somebody get out of treatment early, nearly impossible actually,” said the official. “I have worked in the field for nearly 20 years and this is the first time I have ever heard of it happening. Kudos to the Lohan camp for making it happen."
But we feel like, as usual, Lindsay will be given special treatment—especially since the doctors at rehab determined she’s not even addicted to anything, except maybe tweeting!