Status hearing set in Lindsay Lohan probation case

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LOS ANGELES (AP) - A status hearing will be held in Lindsay Lohan’s probation case amid unconfirmed reports that she could be released early from rehab.

Court officials had said Superior Court Judge Elden Fox planned to issue a ruling Tuesday, but spokesman Allan Parachini later said any ruling would be issued after the hearing set for Wednesday.

The actress is not required to attend the hearing.

Lohan has been in an inpatient program since Aug. 2, serving a court-ordered 90-day stay. She went to rehab after spending 14 days in jail for a probation violation in a 2007 drug case.

Fox is now handling the case after taking over for another judge.

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