Lindsay Lohan will surrender herself to court during her scheduled appearance Tuesday.

Earlier today, attorney Robert Shapiro told X17online that he would be repping Lindsay Lohan "on the condition that she complies with all of the terms of her probation, including a requirement of jail time that was imposed by Judge Marsha Revel."

And just this afternoon, he told X17online that Lindsay, who's been spending the last several nights in Shapiro's sober living facility, Pickford Lofts, will not come out until she has to go to court on Tuesday:

    "She's not gonna come out -- I will tell you that without question -- until Tuesday when she goes to court," he said.

Other celebrities have turned themselves in earlier than their appointed deadline in the past in an attempt to dodge the media, but it seems as if Lindsay will be waiting until the last possible moment to turn herself in.

Although cameras will be allowed inside during her scheduled hearing, they will be turned off as soon as Lindsay is handcuffed and carted away to jail.

Shapiro's statement alluded to Lindsay "suffering from a disease that I am all too familiar with," referencing the loss of his son to addiction in 2005. Lindsay has been quick to deny having a drug or alcohol problem in the past -- has she finally 'fessed up to the truth? Or was this another condition of his taking her case -- her admitting that she has a problem?

Hopefully Lindsay's finally in a place of acceptance about her fate and her issues, and really will find peace throughout this ordeal.