Lindsay Lohan is allegedly doing well at the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, CA., but Michael Lohan is not convinced the rehab clinic is the right place for his daughter and wants her transferred immediately, according to TMZ.
A photographer with the entertainment news site saw Michael when he arrived at LAX airport Saturday afternoon and asked him his thoughts on Lindsay's situation at the rehab center. The photographer also asked if he was in Los Angeles to visit his daughter who is serving a 90-day lockdown as part of a sentence linked to a car accident in June 18, 2012 in which she rear-ended a truck while she was en route to the Liz & Dick set.
Michael made it clear he is not a fan of Lindsay's rehab center and that he wanted her transferred to another facility right away.
Lindsay, however, is reportedly getting the most out of rehab. The actress attended all her group and one-on-one counseling sessions at the clinic thus far, sources told TMZ. Lohan also spoke to friends about what she has learned, especially issues regarding self-control and reckless impulses. She has been sharing a room with two roommates at Ford and is apparently getting along with both. Visitors who have seen Lohan said she looks better than she has in a long time.
Los Angeles Supreme Court Judge James Dubney ordered the 26-year-old actress to spend 90 days in rehab as part of her sentence for reckless driving. She received the sentence on March 18, after violating her probation by lying to police about the car accident in Santa Monica last year.The Mean Girls star did not contest the charges in March and she checked into the rehab as ordered. She also agreed to serve 30 days of community service and 18 months in psychotherapy.
Lindsay wanted out of Betty Ford after doctors took the drug Adderall away from her a week after she checked in, Enstarz reported, but the actress has apparently changed her mind.