Dina Lohan: Lindsay "Is In Very Good Hands" in Rehab
Lindsay Lohan got a little bit of Mommy time during her transfer from prison to rehab in the wee hours of the morning on Monday.
"I was finally able to hug my daughter [last night] after two long weeks of speaking to her from behind a glass wall," Dina Lohan told Radaronline Monday afternoon.
Lohan, 24, was released from the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lyndood, Calif. around 1:35 a.m.; she went directly to a rehab at UCLA Medical Center, where she's set to spend 90 days. She will be subject to random drug and alcohol testing until 2011, when her probation terms end.
Her mom, 48, added: "Lindsay is doing well, and is appreciative of the hundreds of well-wishers she has received."
Lohan's UCLA stint was a last-minute switch; the actress was originally set to stay at Morningside Recovery, a high-end facility in Orange County. But Dina isn't concerned about UCLA, she said.
"Lindsay is with the utmost professionals and is in very good hands," she said, adding, "I refuse to respond to any of my ex-husband's false allegations about myself or my family."
During an Atlanta radio show appearance, her ex-husband Michael Lohan charged that Dina "needs counseling. She's got a lot of issues. She doesn't want to hold herself accountable ... She has to stop drinking all the time. It's not a good example for Lindsay. Maybe Lindsay doesn't see it all the time ... but Dina's out there, messed up."