We can all breathe a sigh of relief. Lindsay Lohan is officially in rehab. At least for now.

Facing the threat of an arrest warrant, Lohan begged former attorney Shawn Holley to take her back as a client, TMZ reports. In turn, Holley negotiated a deal with Santa Monica City Attorney Terry White to have Lohan enter the Betty Ford Center rehab facility in Rancho Mirage.

The fine folks at the Betty Ford Center are to be commended for taking Lohan back. It was at this very facility in 2010 where a staff member was fired for publicly revealing Lohan's out-of-control behavior and drinking. (Is it any wonder why Lohan wanted a repeat stint at Betty Ford?)

Betty Ford wasn't Lohan's initial rehab destination. After balking at one facility because it didn't allow smoking, Lohan reportedly arrived at Morningside Recovery but quickly left. Turns out prosecutors hadn't approved the facility, which has its license revoked in November 2011.

A judge ruled that Lohan could stay at Morningside until lawyers sorted out the situation, but the actress reportedly left anyway, prompting prosecutors to threaten issuing an arrest warrant.

But wait, we're not done yet.

With Lohan ticked at attorney Mark Heller for the Morningside fiasco, TMZ reports, the actress somehow convinced Holley to take her back as a client. (Has anyone else noticed how Lohan goes through lawyers faster than Taylor Swift goes through boyfriends?) This is actually the most remarkable turn of events in the latest Lohan saga -- several reports claim Lohan still owes Holley $150,000 for past legal fees.

Lohan agreed to a 90-day stay in rehab, 18 months in psychotherapy and 30 days of community service after pleading no contest for lying to police following a June 8 car accident.