LOS ANGELES (AP) - A court filing shows Lindsay Lohan told probation officials last week that she didn’t want to remain in an inpatient rehab facility because it would be a financial hardship.
Lohan’s comments are documented in a probation report filed in advance of a hearing Friday during which a judge ordered the actress to remain in rehab until Jan. 3.
The actress was interviewed by officials on Oct. 14. The documents say she was advocating to leave the Betty Ford Center so she could continue to work.
Probation officials and Lohan’s doctors recommended she remain at Betty Ford.
The report summarizes Lohan’s interview, saying she told an officer that “continued inpatient treatment would be a hardship financially, and damaging to her career.”