Lindsay Lohan has her license again…everybody run…lol and she headed to the dentist. I guess she needed a cleaning after going from jail to rehab! At least she isn’t going to a club or anythingÂ likeÂ that, but if she did she could get into trouble!
Lindsay has also enlisted Lou Taylor to help with her finances just likeÂ BritneyÂ Spears did,
The troubled starlet has handed the reins of her messy finances to Lou Taylor, the savvy, no-nonsense Nashville businesswoman who guided Spears back from the brink. Spears’ manager, Larry Rudolph, is also believed to be interested in getting involved in Lohan’s music career.
Lohan is currently lying low at home in LA, where just two days out of rehab, she’s already turning down offers of up to $150,000 to host parties at clubs and casinos.
One source told us, “It doesn’t seem right — Lindsay just got out of rehab and prison, and certain casino owners are offering a ton of money for her to host a party and be around alcohol when she has specifically been told not to.”
Another source said, “Lindsay knows she has to stay home and behave, she knows one wrong move could land her back in jail. She has support from her mom, Dina, and Lou Taylor, who is a strong influence and a deeply religious and principled woman.
“Lou has been working on fashion deals for Lindsay including the Marc Ecko ads and a deal with a Russian fashion company,” the insider said. “Larry Rudolph was like a father figure to Britney, and Lou is referring some business to him.”
Taylor, who runs Tri Star Sports and Entertainment, quietly came on board with Lohan earlier this year and wired her a $10,000 bail bond after she returned from her ill-fated Cannes trip in May.
Lohan was released from rehab Tuesday, just 22 days into treatment and after serving only 13 days of her 90-day sentence for violating probation.
But Judge Elden Fox has forbidden her to drink alcohol or do drugs, and required her to attend AA meetings and undergo mental health counseling. Any slip-ups could result in a 30-day return to jail.
Lohan must live in California until Nov. 1. A source said, “She really wants to be with her family on Long Island, but she knows she has to do everything the judge says.”
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