Lindsay Lohan is reportedly ready to book it out of rehab once her court-ordered 90 day are up, despite being urged to extend her treatment for another 30 days.
RadarOnline reports that the 27-year-old's treatment team at Cliffside Malibu has asked her to consider continuing her inpatient treatment because she's been making such good progress.
Lohan, who is in rehab to avoid jail time after she pled no contest to reckless driving and lying to the police, began her 90-day stay at the Betty Ford Center in May, before moving to Cliffside in June.
“The treatment team wants Lindsay to stay for at least another 30 days, because she didn’t do her entire 90 days at Cliffside. Someone with her addiction and psychiatric issues needs extensive treatment and 90 days just isn’t enough. She is in a really good place right now, but her doctors want that to continue," a source explained to the website.
We have to wonder just how much progress Lohan has really made if she's intent on leaving treatment against the advice of her team.
“Lindsay says she is required to be in Venice, Italy, at the beginning of August to attend the premiere of 'The Canyons,'” the source said. “She has assured the doctors that she will continue to go to AA/NA meetings and work the 12 steps."
If Lohan decides to leave when her court-mandated time is up at the end of July, she's going to be living with her family at her mother's home in Long Island -- though she's also reportedly been advised not to live with her mother, Dina Lohan, upon release.
“She has been told that living under the same roof as Dina could jeopardize her sobriety. It’s best if Lindsay were to live with a sober living companion, or in a sober living facility upon release from rehab," a source told RadarOnline. "However, Lindsay has no desire to move into a sober living facility."
Dina has long been accused of being an enabler when it comes to Lindsay's drinking and partying, so it comes as no surprise that living with her mother post-rehab isn't thought to be the best idea.