There's no place like home for Lindsay Lohan—well, except maybe for rehab.

According to various published reports, the troubled actress is currently either holed up at her mother's house on Long Island or in rehab at the posh Cirque Lodge in Sundance, Utah.

Her rep isn't talking when it comes to Lohan's location, though she confirmed the starlet is receiving "medical treatment."

"It would be counterproductive to the medical treatment she's receiving to release Lindsay's whereabouts at this time," Leslie Sloane Zelnik told Us Weekly.

The New York Post reported that Lohan flew first class to New York late Friday, accompanied by her kid sister, Ali. From there, she supposedly headed to Dina Lohan's home in Merrick, Long Island, where she was said to be in the care of her mom, grandmother and three siblings.

"She's doing well," Dina told the paper Saturday, without specifying her eldest daughter's whereabouts.  

However, according to Entertainment Tonight and The Insider, the 21-year-old star traveled to Utah over the weekend and checked into the Cirque Lodge, where a 30-day stay reportedly runs a minimum of $30,000.

If Lohan has indeed reentered rehab, it will be her third stint this year, after prior stays at Los Angeles' Wonderland Center and Promises Malibu Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Treatment Facility.

Following her first DUI arrest over Memorial Day weekend, the actress completed a 46-day stay at Promises, checking out on July 13. Less than two weeks after leaving the facility, she was arrested for DUI again and found to be in possession of cocaine.

In the wake of the more recent arrest, Lohan's attorney, Blair Berk, said her client had "relapsed" and was receiving "medical care."

Lohan was released on $25,000 bail and ordered to appear in court Aug. 24.

Until then, it appears she's trying to keep a low profile…for a change.

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