Lindsay Lohan Is Out Of Rehab, But She Needs To Focus On Recovering Before Heading Back To Work!

Mon, January 3, 2011 2:48pm EST by 1 Comment

Lindsay completed her treatment, but we believe her career needs to take a backseat to maintaining her sobriety!

Lindsay Lohan has finished her 90-day treatment stay at the Betty Ford Center, according to Her stint at the Rancho Mirage, Calif., facility was a result of a 2007 DUI conviction and an inability to remain in compliance with her probation.

The end of rehab closes the book on a troubled year for the 24-year-old actress, who logged in two jail sentences and two stints in rehab.

Her release is coming at the heels of another recent report alleging Lindsey is under a lot of pressure to get her career back in full swing.

“Lindsay is feeling pressured to go back to work as soon as she leaves rehab,” a source close to Lindsey tells the site. “She knows that people are depending on her for money, and they expect her to go right back to working in Hollywood to start making money.”

We think it would be great for you to work on your career, Lindsay, but as experts we spoke to said, “Get healthy for yourself first, not your career.” Lindsay has proven time and time again she cannot stay on the right track unless her handlers or the courts guide her, and Hollywood is not kind.

Stay away from reality television and tacky gimmicks and make recovery a priority — from there you are sure to find the right project to get your star back! This includes curbing the tweets, sexy photo shoots and starting up your own website — saturating yourself in the media will not give you the privacy you need during this sensitive time.

Even your mother Dina Lohan — who has not always given the most appropriate motherly advice — told’s Naughty But Nice Rob, “”I thank everyone for their support, but I ask as a mother that she be given the time and space she needs.”

Good luck, Lindsay!

– William Earl

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