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Lindsay Lohan released from rehab

Actress left Wonderland rehab after completing a 30-day stay.
/ Source: Access Hollywood

Lindsay Lohan is out of rehab Access Hollywood can reveal.The actress left Wonderland rehab in Los Angeles earlier today after completing a 30-day stay, the actress’ publicist Leslie Sloane-Zelnick told Access exclusively.“She will continue as an outpatient,” Sloane-Zelnick told Access’ Michael Lewittes. “She will take it day by day.” “She’s in it for the long haul, and she asks that her privacy be respected,” the publicist added.Lohan checked herself into rehab in early January days after reports surfaced she passed out at a post-Golden Globes soiree.In early 2004, an 18-year-old Lindsay denied any drug use.“People are going to think I’m this crazy girl and everything and they’ve said I’ve danced on tables and everything. It’s just so silly,” she said at the time. “If they write I’m doing drugs and stuff, that’s stupid. I know I don’t do that. I have a sister and a family. I know that from personal family experience and I’ve seen other people go through that. I know better than that.In October 2004, however, Lohan was hospitalized for exhaustion — followed by a sprained ankle, an asthma attack, stitches in her leg and a sliced finger in April 2006.Paparazzi run-ins became regular occurrences for Lindsay and when she was hospitalized once again in July 2006 for heat exhaustion on the set of “Georgia Rule.” The movie’s producer sent Lohan a scathing letter reprimanding her for partying.“We really take it with a grain of salt,” Lindsay’s mom Dina told Access Hollywood.

But while Lindsay’s mom wasn’t concerned, her co-star Jane Fonda was.

“I just want to take her in my arms and hold her until she’s grown up,” Fonda said. Late in 2006, a 20-year-old Lindsay admitted to attending Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.