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Lindsay Lohan Wants her Career Back

It doesn’t matter what her issues are, but I will guarantee Lindsay Lohan won’t make much of an advance in her career, or even more so in her life, if she doesn’t get honest, If not with the public at least with herself and supporters. The ability she has to be a “damn good actress,” won’t save or destroy her life like the pushed down core issues she has. Respect might come from the “great movies,” she was in but that respect doesn’t last like a strong woman who walks with grace and dignity. It is easy to say that going out every night isn’t fun and that “it’s the same thing every time,” but once “dabbled,” and then sucked into a certain life style, it is hard to … Read entire article »

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Lindsay Lohan Leaves Rehab

Lindsay Lohan is finally a free woman. Free with some minor infractions that she must abide by. No drugs or alcohol for her. She must attend five AA meetings a week and meet with a mental health professional several times a week. Also, she will be randomly drug tested at least twice a week. This is not news for Lindsay. Nor is it news to today’s world. I will not be surprised if she violates these terms and ends up in the news again or she just flees the state of California so she can enjoy her partying elsewhere. Lindsay is a struggling star that will never shy away from the media. Her ability to make a fool out of herself publicly is very interesting or when the judges … Read entire article »

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Lohan Misdiagnosed & May Leave Rehab Early

Doctors at UCLA’s Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital in Westwood are claiming Lindsay Lohan, who was sent to jail and rehab for her alleged addiction to methamphetamine and bipolar disorder, was misdiagnosed. LL has been weaned off all of her medications: Dilaudid, Ambien, Adderall, Zoloft, Trazadone and Nexium. Reportedly she has not shown any adverse reactions from not taking her meds, but she also did not have any withdrawal symptoms from alcohol. Doctors believe that Judge Marsha Revel “overreacted” when she sentenced Lohan. The doctors also found that Lohan does not have ADHD, which was why she had a prescription for Adderall. Doctors and psychiatrist say LL is not bipolar, but struggles with a personality disorder. The Los Angeles district attorney’s office has said that she may duck the full 90-day sentence in rehab. Addiction specialist … Read entire article »

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Dina Lohan In Denial About Lindsay’s Addiction

Dina Lohan In Denial About Lindsay’s Addiction

The actress Lindsay Lohan obviously has a drug and alcohol problem. But needless to say, her mother, Dina Lohan, is not helping her situation. “The entire world is out to get Lindsay Lohan!” states Dina. Oh, Dina, Dina, Dina, the entire world is not after your daughter, but only trying to knock some sense into her head. Lindsay has been in rehab 4 times already, and has shown almost no progress. The number of hospital … Read entire article »

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Addicted to Ambien

Celebrities, they’re just like us; they play with their kids at Disneyland, they carry their groceries to their car, they take Ambien to go to sleep? Ambien is a sleep aid to help treat insomnia. Just like any other drug, it has side effects; confusion, depression, memory problems and habit forming. The drug has been advertised ample times in the news as being used by celebrities. It has been said that Tiger Woods’s supposed mistress, Rachel Uchitel, is heading to “Celebrity Rehab” to try and overcome her addiction to Ambien, which she allegedly shared with the professional golfer. While serving her 90 day sentence in jail, Lindsay Lohan is permitted to take the drug. An email between Tiger and Rachel has been found by Radar Online that talks … Read entire article »

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Locked Up But Not Loaded: Sober Inside The Lynwood Correctional Facility

Locked Up But Not Loaded: Sober Inside The Lynwood Correctional Facility

A couple of years ago, on a steady diet of booze and sedatives, waking up in my car with pee all over me and the seat, I would have laughed in disbelief at the thought that one day I would have to clean up the wreckage of my alcohol and drug abuse. I choose drugs over everything and everybody. I was reckless. The scariest part came when I unconsciously chose drugs over life itself, … Read entire article »

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Lindsay Lohan Enters Jail

On July 20, 2010 at 8:49am Lindsay Lohan surrendered herself and was handcuffed for her 90 day sentence behind bars at California’s Century Regional Detention Facility. She showed up to the courthouse with her lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley after Robert Shapiro stepped down from her case. An emergency meeting was called for on Monday with Judge Marsha Revel when Robert Shapiro announced his resignation from Lohan’s case. Shapiro never stated why he was leaving but prior to his announcement he did state that he would only represent Lindsay if she agreed to go to jail and follow his instructions. Holley never signed the substitution of attorney form, which means that she has always been Lohan’s attorney. LA County Deputy District Attorney Danette Meyers stated that if the actress tried … Read entire article »

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