Lindsay Lohan vows to take sobriety seriously, slams reports that she went out partying after court yesterday

Lindsay Lohan has vowed to take her recent court ordered time in rehab seriously, slamming rumours that she went out partying after her trial yesterday.

Lindsay has vowed to keep sober. Copyright [Wenn]

The 26-year-old actress avoided jail time yesterday for lying to the police by striking a last minute deal with the prosecution.

Instead of sitting in a cell Lindsay will now have to spend 90 days in rehab alongside 30 days of community service and 18 months of psychotherapy.

Following the hearing in LA it was reported that Lindsay had tried to celebrate her freedom at night club A/V.

However, taking to Twitter, the actress denied this stating that she is taking her rehab seriously.

She tweeted:"Guys relax, that was NOT me at A/V or in the @mrpink SUV. I'm taking this seriously and focused on the road ahead.

"I stayed in last night, after a pretty long day...and ordered sushi to my hotel.

"Don't believe EVERY little thing you hear, unless you hear it from me. The support I have gotten, has been great and means alot. (sic)"

Lindsay has denied reports she went out partying after her trial. Copyright [Rex]

Lindsay had previously been said to have tried to toast her freedom soon after the hearing- arriving at A/V nightclub in the back of her billionaire friend Mr Pink’s car.

The actress pleaded ‘no contest’ yesterday to charges she faced for lying to the police about driving her Porche into a cement truck last June while on probation for theft.

And according to RadarOnline, the actress has agreed to a number of club appearances to promote the Mr Pink's beverage in a bid to pay him back for lending her his private jet after Lindsay was late to court earlier this week.

Let’s just hope she simply makes an appearance and nothing else.

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