Lindsay Lohan has strongly denied reports she tried to slip into a Hollywood nightclub hours after she agreed to three months of rehab in a last-minute plea deal with prosecutors.
Lindsay Lohan, 26, was allegedly seen ducking in the back off an SUV idling in front of trendy AV Club on Monday night.
The trouble actress has admonished the reports, insisting she stayed in after her court hearing in which the presiding judge warned her to stay away from the party circuit.
Lindsay Lohan addressed the photo in question in a series of tweets on Tuesday, insisting she is taking the message and her impending stint in rehab seriously.
“Guys relax, that was NOT me at AV or in the @Mr. Pink SUV. I’m taking this seriously and focused on the road ahead,” Lindsay Lohan wrote.
“I stayed in last night, after a pretty long day…and ordered sushi to my hotel.”
Lindsay Lohan also warned critics not to believe “EVERY little thing you hear, unless you hear it from me”.
She continued to thank her fans for their well-wishes throughout her personal dramas.
“The support I have gotten, has been great and means alot <3 L,” she wrote.
Lindsay Lohan’s firm denial comes as a new mugshot of the star has been released. As TMZ reports, Lindsay Lohan was ordered to turn herself in to Santa Monica police shortly after entering her no contest plea.
Meanwhile her father has wasted no time revealing his shock at allegations she was accused of partying shortly after.
Michael Lohan, 52, exclaimed to RadarOnline: “Are you kidding me?”
“Just when you think things are getting better, the same people who were in court with Lindsay, and heard the judge instruct her NOT to be around people or places that drugs might be present, are the same ones out with her attempting to go into a club last night!”
“Maybe waiting 45 days is too long? I wish she’d let me pick out the rehab NOW (and even pay for it), but then again, Heller and Dina wouldn’t approve even if it was the best. Or will they pay?”
Lindsay Lohan accepted a plea deal in a misdemeanor car crash case that includes 90 days in a rehabilitation facility.
The deal followed over two hours of talks behind closed doors in the judge’s chambers between her legal team and prosecutors.