There's a month or so to go until Lindsay Lohan completes her mandatory 90 days in rehab, but the troubled actress is already reportedly "terrified" of relapsing into addiction once she leaves.
TMZ reports that once the 26-year-old "Liz & Dick" star is released, she "plans to go deep into hiding" and relocate someplace where she can stay away from media scrutiny. (Lohan has been under almost constant paparazzi surveillance since her hard-partying days in Los Angeles in 2007.) The website also claims that the "12-step program has been working" and that Lohan is "deathly afraid of relapsing, and escape is her solution."
Lohan was first admitted into the Betty Ford Center near Palm Springs on May 2, but moved to the upscale Cliffside Malibu rehab facility in mid-June. "Betty Ford is great and very professional, but it's a 30-day program, so Lindsay has moved to a different facility to finish out her time given by the judge," the actress's mom, Dina Lohan, told the New York Daily News at the time.
Lohan was sentenced to three months of "locked-down" rehab earlier this year for lying to a police officer and reckless driving in June 2012. She will also be expected to serve 30 days of community service and undergo 18 months of psychological therapy.