Having been released from jail and placed in rehab, Lindsay Lohan is being treated at UCLA's Neuropsychiatric Hospital during her court ordered 90-day stay.
The star is being treated for both psychiatric and substance abuse issues.
There have been rumors that she is being weaned off Adderall, a prescription drug she has battled addiction with. But lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley says:
"The medical professionals at the treatment program are taking a fresh look at Lindsay Lohan and will evaluate which if any prescription drugs are appropriate."
"Under no circumstance is she being weaned off Adderall."
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Officials at Morningside Recovery, where Judge Marsha Revel initially wanted Lindsay to go before sending her to UCLA, documented that the troubled actress would be treated for "methamphetamine" use and "bipolar disorder."
Adderall is classified as an amphetamine. While methamphetamine, or crystal meth, is different, a rehab facility might qualify it as the same addiction type.
Of Lohan, who is penning a jailhouse memoir, Chapman Holley said, "I'm not aware of Morningside's assessment, and as we know she's not at Morningside."
"Her doctors are looking at what prescriptions she is taking, whether or not dosages need to be increased, decreased or stopped. Lindsay's doctors will be looking at everything she is taking, and determining what changes if any need to occur."
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