Lindsay Lohan's Post-Rehab Life: Room Service, Workouts & a Fender Bender
The actress denies she's looking for a new place away from Samantha Ronson
So far, so good?
Despite the looming possibility of more jail time, Lindsay Lohan seems to be staying on a healthy path after leaving rehab: the actress twice hit the Equinox Fitness Club in West Hollywood in as many days.
“Lindsay looked great,” an onlooker said Tuesday. “She seemed very energetic and happy.”
She’s taking her legal drama in stride: Just hours after Lohan, 24, left the Betty Ford Center on Monday, the Palm Desert, Calif., police asserted Lohan had indeed committed battery against a rehab employee and had violated her probation.
But that didn’t stop her from a little pampering. Lohan has spent her first nights of freedom at the high-end Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills.
“Lindsay looked very happy when she arrived at the hotel [Monday],” said a witness. “She spent her first night in her room and ordered room service.”
On Tuesday, Lohan had a chance encounter with her Freaky Friday costar Jamie Lee Curtis in the lobby of the hotel.
“Lindsay seemed genuinely excited to see Jamie Lee,” said an onlooker. “They hugged and chatted for a minute.”
But by the evening, some of that calm had dissipated when the silver-colored car she was riding in was rear-ended by a paparazzo who fled after she and a friend tried to leave The Grove shopping center in West Hollywood.
Asked Wednesday by E! if she plans to find a new place to live after chatter began over her decision to move next door to ex Samantha Ronson, Lohan said “no” and laughed off the question.
For now, Lohan is required to submit to random drug testing and sessions with her psychiatrist until a Feb. 25 hearing.