Lindsay Lohan has transferred out of the Betty Ford Center and has reportedly moved to a new rehab facility to serve the remainder of her 90-day sentence for a 2012 car crash case.
The 26-year-old actress "completed her course of treatment" at the center, her lawyer told ABC News in a statement on Thursday, June 13.
People reported that she left the place, located in Rancho Mirage, on Wednesday and then checked into a rehab facility in Malibu, California. The magazine quoted a source as saying that a judge and prosecutors approved it because it is "better suited for long-term care."
Under the terms of her sentence, she must not end her inpatient treatment or she could face a probation violation. She began her rehab stint on May 3.
As part of her sentence, Lohan must also complete 18 months of counseling and 30 days of community labor. If she violates her probation or any laws, she could also be given a suspended sentence of 180 days in county jail. The actress has served five stints in jail in the past and has also undergone rehab several times.
Meanwhile, two new images of Lohan from her newest project, the risque thriller movie "The Canyons," have been released (pictured above).
In the film, she plays an actress named Tara who cheats on her boyfriend, a movie producer and trust fund kid named Christian, played by James Deen, a porn star in real life. When his character finds out, the two embark on a "violent, sexually-charged tour through the dark side of human nature," according to distributor IFC films. The movie also stars Nolan Gerard Funk.
The film features "tons of nudity," according to The Hollywood Reporter. Lohan is clothed in the photos -- she appears with Deen in one, while the other shows her lying on a bed, staring pensively.
"The Canyons" is set for release on VOD and iTunes on Aug. 2. Also that day, it will be screened at select theaters in New York. The movie will be released in Los Angeles on Aug. 9.