The rehab facility where Lindsay Lohan's lawyer says she is staying is not licensed to offer recovery or rehab treatments, according to a California official.
Millicent Tidwell of the Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs says the agency is evaluating enforcement action against Morningside Recovery after Lohan's attorney told a judge Thursday that the actress.
Tidwell declined to state what actions officials may take.
A publicist for Morningside, Ronn Torossian, did not immediately return messages seeking comment.
A prosecutor handling Lohan's case complained about Lohan going to Morningside at a hearing and was given until May 10 to investigate the facility.
According to TMZ, Lohan's lawyer and prosecutors had agreed that she would enroll at a rehab in New York, but the 26-year-old switched to the Southern California facility because the New York one did not allow smoking.
Lohan is required to serve 90 days in a lockdown rehab after pleading no contest to reckless driving and lying to police after June accident.