Lindsay Lohan should continue to savor these final moments of freedom, as it looks like jail time is becoming more of a reality.

We already knew Lohan wouldn't be able to complete her court-ordered 90-day rehab stint because no New York clinics offer a lockdown situation, which was part of her plea bargain. Now TMZ is reporting that no such rehab facility exists across the United States.

"There is no rehab that will hold you against your will, unless they feel the person is a suicide risk, and in that case they can hold the individual for 72 hours," Dr. Drew Pinsky, host of "Celebrity Rehab," reportedly told TMZ.

Sources say that Lohan's prosecution believed a lockdown rehab facility was a possibility as a substitution for her initial 90-day jail sentence. Sources with ties to the case reportedly told TMZ that Lohan's lawyer, Mark Heller, confirmed he could get her into such a facility.

Because the 26-year-old actress has a history of fleeing from rehab, a la Utah's Cirque Lodge in 2007 and California's Betty Ford Clinic in 2010, it seems questionable as to whether a typical program would be sufficient. Prosecutors are reportedly reevaluating to determine the best solution moving forward, with jail time remaining an option.

Let's see what Lindsay can do to try to get out of this one. In the meantime, we'll just leave her to her new boyfriend and continued partying.

CORRECTION: A previous version of this story mislabeled the location of Cirque Lodge. It is in Utah.

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  • July 2007

    In this July 24, 2007 file photo, Lindsay Lohan, is shown in a booking mug released by the Santa Monica Police Department, in California, after her arrest on suspicion of drunken driving. (AP Photo/Santa Monica Police, file)

  • November 2007

    Lindsay Lohan surrendered to serve a short time in jail in November 2007 connected to her previous drunken-driving conviction.

  • July 2010

    This police booking photo provided by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department shows Lindsay Lohan on July 20, 2010. Lohan reported Tuesday for a 90-day sentence that the troubled actress likely will serve in isolation, and which may be significantly shortened. (AP Photo/Los Angeles County Sheriff's Departmen

  • September 2010

    This booking photo provided by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department on Sept. 24, 2010, shows Lindsay Lohan. The actress returned to jail in handcuffs that same day after a judge refused to set bail and ordered her to remain in custody for failing a drug test until another hearing nearly a month away. (AP Photo/Los Angeles County Sheriff)

  • October 2011

    In this booking photo provided by the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department, Lindsay Lohan is shown after she was taken into custody on Oct. 19, 2011. The actress was taken into custody after Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner revoked her probation because she was ousted from a community-service assignment at a women's shelter. (AP Photo/Los Angeles County Sherrif's Department)

  • March 2013

    This photo provided by the Santa Monica Police Department shows the most recent booking photo of Lindsay Lohan, taken March 19, 2013. The troubled 26-year-old actress accepted a plea deal on March 18 in a misdemeanor car-crash case that includes 90 days in a locked-down rehabilitation facility that she won't be able to leave. (AP Photo/Santa Monica Police Department)