Lindsay Lohan has left a Malibu rehab center after serving a 90-day sentence, issued over a 2012 car crash case, but must continue to undergo therapy.
This marks the sixth such stint in a treatment facility for the 27-year-old "Mean Girls" actress, according to People magazine, which reported about her release early on Wednesday, July 31.
In addition to serving three months in a rehab center, Lohan was also ordered also complete 18 months of counseling and 30 days of community labor. She had pleaded guilty to lying to police officers and reckless driving after crashing her car on a Los Angeles freeway in June 2012.
UPDATE: Lohan must undergo therapy three times a week for the next 16 months to help avoid relapsing, a judge ruled on Wednesday, following the actress' release from the rehab center. Officials at the facility had said in a letter that such a move was "critical," according to People.
The news comes amid the release of her newest film, the erotic thriller "The Canyons," which will be made available on VOD on Aug. 2 (watch a trailer and check out PHOTOS of Lindsay Lohan in the movie). The movie currently has a 25 percent approval rating from top critics, according to Rottentomatoes.com.
The actress' career has stalled over the past five years, during which she has faced numerous legal problems and served five stints in jail. She is on probation and if she violates it, she could be given a suspended sentence of 180 days behind bars.