Lindsay struck a no contest deal with prosecutors on Monday to spend 90 days in a lock-down rehab facility, serve 30 days of community labor, and 18 months of psychological counseling for the three charges stemming from her June 2012 car accident. Lock-down rehab means Lohan is not to leave the facility's premises for any reason and must be there 24/7. Lohan, wearing a cross necklace and a rosary, remained somber as Judge James Dabney went over the terms of the agreement. She wore no makeup, her hair was greasy, and her eyes were puffy, as if she had been crying. Later though, when entering her plea, Lohan did laugh as her lawyers coached her through what to say. The judge also ruled that with this new case Lohan, 26, had also violated her probation (for her January 2011 necklace theft), and sentenced her to five days of jail and 30 days of community labor (which she can serve in New York). Judge Dabney warned Lohan to stay away from drugs and alcohol, as well as those people in her life who abuse drugs or sell them.