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Lindsay Lohan to leave L.A. after rehab

Lindsay Lohan to leave L.A. after rehab

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Lindsay Lohan will be leaving the temptations of Hollywood behind for good by moving back to her native New York after she completes her current stint in rehab later this month.

The Mean Girls actress is currently a resident at the Cliffside clinic in Malibu, California, where she is taking part in a court-ordered 90-day treatment program in lieu of jail time after pleading no contest to charges relating to a car crash last summer.

Lohan’s latest stint in rehab, her sixth in recent years, will be over by the end of July, and Lohan’s mother Dina has revealed the star has no intention of returning to live in Los Angeles.

She tells the New York Daily News, “She’s not going to live in Los Angeles. She will definitely start back home (in New York) with all of us (her family).”

The rules set out by rehab bosses meant Lohan was alone on her 27th birthday on Tuesday and Dina reveals family members sent cards and presents in the mail as they were not allowed to visit: “It was a very calm, low-key birthday. We couldn’t visit because it (her birthday) fell during the week, but we mailed her cards and gifts.”

However, Lohan can expect a visit from her relatives soon and she will be treated to proper party once she gets out of rehab. Dina adds, “We’re going to work it out to all go visit her again, and then we’re planning the pool party.”

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