Lindsay Lohan's freaky fever seems to have run its course.
The teen queen was released late Tuesday from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center where she spent the better part of a week suffering from a mysterious ailment, her rep, Leslie Sloane Zelnik, confirmed to E!
Lohan checked into the hospital last Thursday, reportedly suffering from a blistering 103-degree fever, and remained there while doctors ran tests in an attempt to determine what was wrong. (Her father has said doctors initially thought it could be meningitis, but the official ailment was reportedly a "febrile infection," which basically means she had a high fever for a couple of days.)
Production on Lohan's current project, Herbie: Fully Loaded, was halted and she was forced to postpone shooting a guest appearance on That '70s Show. She's expected to return to the Herbie set next week, Zelnik said, and, depending on how she's feeling, is due to report to the That '70s Show set either Thursday or Friday to film her guest spot, according to Fox.
While the ailing thesp was reportedly visited in the hospital by mother Dina and boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama, her legally challenged father, Michael, apparently couldn't get past the hospital lobby.
"I've been here twice," Michael Lohan told Celebrity Justice. "I just want to know that she's okay."
The Mean Girls star's parents are estranged and have filed restraining orders against each other. Because Mommy Lohan was with her daughter, Daddy Lohan legally had to keep his distance.
Lohan was reportedly checked into the hospital under an alias that no one revealed to her father; she also was said to have had two bodyguards outside her door to keep unwanted visitors away.
"My wife promised me she won't keep me from my kids," Michael Lohan told Celebrity Justice. "Evidently, not so."
Zelnik initially said Lohan wound up in the hospital because her busy schedule of movie shooting and album recording left her "wiped out."
However, the 18-year-old actor has made no secret of her predilection for late nights, stylish clubs and the company of such notoriously hard-partying pals as Paris Hilton and Tara Reid.
"It's not like I'm going out to be crazy and be wild and take my top off and dance on a table like everyone says I do," Lohan said in an interview in the October issue of GQ magazine.
"I go out because I want to dance and have fun because I'm working all day and I'm not going to go to, like, a 16-year-old juice bar when all my friends are older than me."
We're thinking somebody needs to give that girl a curfew.