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This just in...: Linsday Lohan set loose from rehab; Obama hits the town, finally; Ken Mehlman comes out of the closet


Lindsay Lohan, during her stint in the big house, 2010. (Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department/Getty Images)
  • Ken Mehlman, former Republican National Committee chairman and 2004 Bush campaign manager, has announced that he is gay. Mehlman, 43, has quietly come out to friends and family and now is going public, he tells the Atlantic, in order to become an advocate for gay marriage: "The process has been something that's made me a happier and better person. It's something I wish I had done years ago."
  • President Obama is finally making the scene in Martha's Vineyard: On Tuesday, he and the first lady had dinner at State Road restaurant with Eric and Cheryl Whitaker, Valerie Jarrett and Vernon and Ann Jordan (Jarrett's cousin). Wednesday, the Obamas joined a large group of friends for a seafood lunch at Nancy's in Oak Bluffs.
  • Lindsay Lohan has been set loose after serving 23 days of her 90-day, court-mandated stint at a Los Angeles rehab center. The actress was sprung Tuesday night and a new L.A. Superior Court judge laid down ground rules Wednesday for her early release: counseling sessions several times a week, random alcohol- and drug-testing, and continued residence in Los Angeles until November.

By The Reliable Source  |  August 26, 2010; 1:03 AM ET
Categories:  This Just In...  | Tags: lindsay lohan free, lindsay lohan probation, lindsay lohan rehab, obama martha's vineyard  
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