Scoop: Lindsay makes bid to avoid jail via rehab

Having entered rehab on her own free will (or her PR team’s), Lindsay Lohan will appeal to a judge to let her stay there. At her probation hearing for failing a drug test, the troubled actress’s legal team will argue that she’s better off in treatment than in jail, Radar Online reported.

“Lindsay is still being assessed by her treatment team, but the team is saying that she should spend at least 45 days getting inpatient treatment. It’s going to take her body at least 30 days to get the substances out of her system,” a source said. “The real work begins after that has occurred, and that is when progress begins to happen.”

The “Machete” star is required to appear in court Oct. 22, and “at that point, if Lindsay is making improvements, Lindsay’s team would ask Judge [Elden] Fox to not put her in jail at all, or defer her sentence until she is finished with her inpatient treatment,” the insider said.

Makes sense to us!

 

Jen reportedly rejected

When Jennifer Aniston was recently spotted having dinner with “Cougar Town” star Josh Hopkins, he insisted it was “just friends having dinner” — but many assumed it was a first date. Actually, if you believe Us magazine, it was their “final date.” Come again?

According to the tabloid’s source, the former “Friends” star and the actor started quietly dating in May, but soon Jen “wanted a relationship. And he was like, ‘No, thank you.’”

While it lasted, the couple were allegedly just “friends with benefits,” nothing serious. Josh is said to be “a player and is into meeting younger girls,” the insider said. “He definitely lies to girls.”

But though she allegedly pushed for a relationship, the single 41-year-old actress “likes her life the way it is,” according to another source. And she’s drawn to men who are “really good looking” — er, cads.

Well, that last part, at least, we believe.

 

Mama Khloe?

They only just celebrated their first wedding anniversary (by renewing their vows — groan), but Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom are more than ready to start a family.

“I thought I’d be pregnant by now,” the reality TV star told Life&Style magazine. “We’ve been working at it all year.”

The couple have even started using an ovulation monitor to figure out the best times to, uh, work at it.

“Khloe’s been using the monitor for about a month now,” a source close to the family said. “They’re trying more actively than ever before. Lamar is very serious. Khloe should be pregnant very, very soon.”

Between this and their revelations on TV, we know way more about the Kardashian sisters’ lady parts than we ever wanted to.

Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at kitty@media-darling.com.

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