Lindsay Lohan Shooting Anger Management Episode Before Rehab

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Lindsay Lohan arrives to her trial for allegedly lying to police after a car crash, reckless driving and violating her probation for a 2011 jewelry theft conviction at Airport Branch Courthouse of Los Angeles Superior Court March 18, 2013 in Los Angeles -- Getty Images
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Lindsay Lohan is heading to rehab for 90 days - but she's going to squeeze in a little work first.

A rep for FX confirmed to Access Hollywood that the actress will film her guest spot on Charlie Sheen's "Anger Management" next week.

She is scheduled to film the episode - where she plays herself as a patient who becomes enamored with Sheen's character - for just two days. It is slated to air sometime in April.

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On Thursday, Lohan's attorney, Mark Heller, spoke to Access' Billy Bush about the actress' plan to turn her life around.

"She's come to a point in her life now where she believes that she has to take a different direction," he said of the headline-making star. "She's ready to redirect her life and she's ready to consider different alternatives to the lifestyle that she's had so that she can continue her journey with dignity and bring respect not only to herself, but to her family and the industry that she's a part of."

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According to Heller, the actress has a lot in common with stars that have come before her.

"Lindsay Lohan is something of a different mold. In old Hollywood, we had people like Natalie Wood, Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor, they were all known and are still known for their beauty and their talent, but they were also known for their rebellious spirit, and Lindsay Lohan is out of that mold, she is an iconic Hollywood treasure," he claimed.

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Despite her inner rebel, Lohan's attorney said she was ready to take control of her life.

"She is 100 percent committed and 100 percent dedicated to taking the proper path. She never wants to see the inside of a courtroom again, certainly a criminal courtroom," he told Billy.

Adding, "She has assured me that she is going to do the right thing and she wants to turn her life around."

-- Jesse Spero

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