As the saga of Lindsay Lohan’s prison sentence and accompanying profane nail polish continues, her judge’s sentence order, released Wednesday, specifies that she will also undergo three months in rehab and a year of random drug testing. In addition to 90 days behind bars, Superior Court Judge Marsha N. Revel sentenced Lohan to an additional 90 days in an inpatient rehab facility and she also must remain sober for the following 12 months. Judge Revel’s order states the fallen actress will be randomly tested for drugs and alcohol until August 2011, which is when her probation term ends. "Lindsay got the typical sentence for anyone who has a serious problem with drugs and alcohol," a veteran criminal-defense attorney, who is not involved with the case, told People magazine. "Lohan repeatedly tested the patience of the judge, who saw through all her excuses. That's what addicts do: Tell lies." Lohan will likely serve her sentence at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, California, which is the only jail for women in Los Angeles. She is also eligible for early release, depending on her behavior behind bars.