No more late nights for Lindsay Lohan. Instead of going out at 10 p.m., as she normally does, she is now forced to go to bed at that time! Earlier this week, Lindsay entered the Betty Ford Center in California to complete her mandatory rehab stint. The program has helped celebrities such as Robert Downey Jr. and Elizabeth Taylor, so Lindsay's friends and family are hopeful it will help her.
According to reports, her schedule is strict. Wakeup time is every morning at 7 a.m. followed by breakfast, chores and two sessions of group counseling. She even has an hour to exercise, and she can choose between the gym or water aerobics. Lindsay's family will not be able to visit her until her third week at the center, and she will not be allowed to contact them any day other than Sunday. There is no television allowed, nor will she have access to magazines that deal with pop culture or media. She will spend a minimum of 28 days in the program.
If Lindsay can deal with the harsh schedule, then she's stronger than Jerry Lee Lewis, who made it just two days in the program, saying, "When the counselors told me that I'd have to make my bed and scrub the toilets just like everybody else, I knew that I'd checked into the wrong place."