After reportedly failing two drug tests and barely escaping more time in jail, Lindsay Lohan is taking her recovery seriously and will enter intensive drug rehab, sources close to the actress say.
"She will step up her treatment and do more than what she was previously ordered to do," a source told People magazine, adding that Lohan, 24, plans to check herself into rehab voluntarily within days.
On Friday, L.A. County Criminal Courts Assistant Supervising Judge Patricia Schnegg reversed an earlier decision to hold Lohan until her next hearing Oct. 22, and granted her attorney Shawn Chapman Holley's motion for bail, which California law requires in misdemeanor cases. The "Mean Girls" star was then released on $300,000 bail.
Schnegg did order Lohan to wear an alcohol-detection bracelet, submit to random searches by police, and stay away from known drug users and places where alcohol is the "chief item of sale."