A spokeswoman for Morningside Recovery Homes would neither confirm nor deny Friday whether actress Lindsay Lohan will be staying at the Newport Beach rehab home after she's released from jail next week.
The "Mean Girls" star was ordered by Judge Marsha Revel to report directly to the facility upon her release from the women's jail in Lynwood, according to several entertainment media websites, including People, TMZ and RadarOnline.
Morningside has an office at 3404 Via Lido and homes at undisclosed locations in Newport Beach and Costa Mesa. It was unclear Friday where Lohan would actually be staying.
She will be paying $36,500 for the three-month stay, RadarOnline reported. Morningside Recovery also has homes in Costa Mesa.
Lohan, 24, started serving a 90-day jail sentence July 20 for violating her probation for a DUI conviction. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department policy for good behavior and jail overcrowding means Lohan will serve 13 days and could be released as early as Sunday.