Lindsay Lohan has been offered $1 million for her first post-jail interview by OK! magazine, sources tell the Hollywood Reporter. She is also set to collect a slew of appearance fees and paychecks for stories of her time inside.
The first interview could come sooner than expected as Lindsay is set for an early release from rehab, possibly later this week. She left jail and entered rehab on August 2 and was supposed to stay for 90 days.
Doctors reportedly think her drug and psychiatric problems require less inpatient care than previously thought, but a judge will have to sign off on an early release from her rehab sentence.
While Lindsay will be shooting two low-budget films ('Inferno' and 'Machete') after rehab, her real source of income will be nonfilm work, sources tell THR. Just before her incarceration, Lindsay shot a series of Facebook greeting card messages and did several nearly-nude photo shoots.