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    Quote Originally Posted by Fly_On_TheWall View Post
    Since I blew up on this thread, I just wanted to tell you all, that my BIL brain scan showed no activity and his family is at his side to let him go. Thank you for the kind words and prayers. They meant a lot.
    Very sorry for your loss.

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    Sorry to hear that Dallison.
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    Lindsay gets PAID to do court mandated rehab? Really? Wouldn't the court be interested to know this? What a farce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rollo View Post
    Lindsay gets PAID to do court mandated rehab? Really? Wouldn't the court be interested to know this?
    I dunno, but I bet the IRS would.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sluce View Post
    I just feel cheated without a white Bronco.



    Quote Originally Posted by sprynkles View Post
    That was a great night of weirdness. I remember it well.
    I remember Blohan's carjacking incident. I was on the phone to my BFF at the very moment the crazy broke out, because it was virtually outside of my friend's house. (Not so much virtually, but about 100 metres from it... close enough to hear it going down ) She'd gone out on the porch to give me the lowdown and she said, "I bet that's fucking Lindsay Lohan, OMG it is her!!!!"

    Quote Originally Posted by Fly_On_TheWall View Post
    Since I blew up on this thread, I just wanted to tell you all, that my BIL brain scan showed no activity and his family is at his side to let him go. Thank you for the kind words and prayers. They meant a lot.

    As for Lindsay...she'll be out of rehab by the end of the weekend.
    My deepest sympathy, Fly... I've been in those shoes and it's a nightmare, but just remember you have a venting and support place here, even if we're all just text. We still have heart.
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    big hugs Fly
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    Drugs and rehab, sex and sexuality: Event put Hollywoodís most volatile star and Americaís most tenacious interviewer together in New York - for an utterly unforgettable encounter...

    On cocaine: 'I've only done it maybe four or five times in my life,' said Lindsay Lohan

    I met Lindsay Lohan for the first time on the day of this interview, in a borrowed luxury townhouse on the Upper West Side of Manhatta in New York.
    She was wearing bright striped pyjamas, smoking a cigarette and talking very fast.
    ĎShall we do it on the patio?í she suggested. ĎI want some fresh air.í
    We sat outside, and for the next 90 minutes she unburdened herself to me.
    Lindsay was extraordinarily candid, never shirked a question and made me laugh as much as she made me wince.
    Sheís had a truly exceptional, varied and strange life.
    Born in New York in 1986, she became a model at three, a soap actress at seven and a bona fide movie star at ten, when she landed the lead role in The Parent Trap alongside Dennis Quaid and Natasha Richardson.

    By the time she was 19, sheíd become a virtual Hollywood veteran and was earning huge money.
    But then her life, and career, fell apart amid a slew of lurid headlines about her off-screen antics.
    She was busted twice for drink-driving and cocaine abuse, she breached her parole and was jailed for 90 days, eventually serving two weeks in prison.
    She had a lengthy lesbian relationship with an English singer-songwriter called Samantha Ronson.
    She was accused of stealing a necklace from an LA store (she was convicted, but a judge later commuted the theft charge to a Ďmisdemeanourí).
    And sheís had multiple visits to rehab centres for various treatments.

    'I live without regrets. There are certain things I have done, mistakes that I made, that I would change, but I don't regret them at all, because I've learnt from them': Lindsay told Piers Morgan

    Lindsayís life has thus become a soap opera, with much of the drama surrounding her father Michael, a combustible former Wall Street trader prone to violence, drink and drug abuse, and who has twice been to jail.
    In turn, he refutes any accusations of being a bad father, and blames Lindsayís mother, Dina.
    She Ė a former singer and dancer Ė brought up their four children virtually single-handed for much of their childhood.
    Whatever you think of her, whatever youíve read or heard about her, the Lindsay Lohan I met seemed to me to be a damaged, vulnerable young woman struggling to find normality in her often tormented life.
    On the day we conducted this interview, Lindsay was just a few weeks away from starting a new, compulsory three-month stint in rehab.

    When did you start going off the rails? 'I think when I made the move to LA in my late teens,' she said

    PM So, Lindsay, how are you?

    LL Iím good, thank you (lights another cigarette).

    The Parent Trap turned you into a huge movie star at a very young age. If I had the power to take you back in time and say to you, ĎLindsay, you failed that audition and youíre not going to be a movie star after allí, would you take that option, after all youíve been through?
    I would have been so angry!

    But would your life have been better?

    No, I believe things happen for a reason.

    You donít regret anything?
    No, I live without regrets. There are certain things I have done, mistakes that I made, that I would change, but I donít regret them at all, because Iíve learnt from them.

    Does fame screw you up?
    Yes, I think to a certain extent. But it comes with the territory, so I canít complain about it.

    Is it like a drug?
    (Laughs) I donít know that itís like a drug, but in some ways it can be like that, because itís addictive. Iím at my happiest when Iím on a movie set. Itís like therapy for me.

    Your early life was chaotic Ė your dad Michael was a Wall Street trader who took a lot of drugs and alcohol.

    Yes, it was chaos. It would be good for a few months, and then it would get chaotic again. It was like walking on eggshells when my father was around.

    Iíve met your dadÖ He was charming.
    I know Ė thatís whatís scary about him!

    Heís said that his own father had a big problem with alcohol.
    My dad did drugs more.

    Cocaine?
    Yes. He wonít change. I just think there comes a point where you just kind of have to accept what it is. Whenever I do try to bring him back into my life, he creates chaos for me and uses it to his advantage. Heís been really good and then really crazy my whole life.

    How crazy?
    I was never afraid of him, but my younger siblings (her sister Ali, 19, and brothers Michael, 25, and Dakota (ĎCodyí), 16) were terrified. My first instinct was to always make sure they and my mum were OK.

    Was your dad ever physically abusive to you or your siblings?
    Never me, but he threw a TV remote at my brotherís head. That was pretty scary.

    Lindsay with her parents Michael and Dina in New York in 2003. 'He's been really good and then really crazy my whole life,' she said of her father

    How did all this affect you?
    It was depressing. I was being pulled in different directions all the time and never had time to just sit and relax. Therapy helped.

    When did you first go to therapy?

    Around 13. I wanted to talk to someone. I didnít want to burden Mum with everything.

    When did you have your first drink?
    I was 17.

    Did you like it?
    No, I got really sick and Mum made me sleep with vomit still on me so Iíd understand how it felt. I didnít drink again throughout high school. I was too scared!

    And no drugs at that stage?
    No, no, no.

    So you were a clean-living teenager?
    Yes. My friends and I would actually pretend to be drunk. And it was more fun. I never rebelled against my parents Ė I worked hard, I was responsible and I didnít go to high-school parties.

    When did you start going off the rails?
    I think when I made the move to LA in my late teens. I got arrested for my first DUI (Driving Under the Influence) when I was 20 and they found me with drugs (her Mercedes struck a kerb outside a club on May 26, 2007, and she was charged after police found cocaine in the car). And from then on the press were on me all the time. It was the first time Iíd taken drugs; I was out in a club with people I shouldnít have been with, and took cocaine, and got in the car. It was so stupid.

    How many times have you taken cocaine?
    Everyone thinks Iíve done it so many times. But Iíve only done it maybe four or five times in my life.

    Really?
    Yes, I donít like it. It reminds me of my dad. I took it four times in a period from about the age of 20 to 23, and I got caught twice.

    'When I was with Samantha (Ronson), I didn't want to leave, because I didn't want to be alone. It was very toxic. And her family controlled anything she did,' said Lindsay

    Did it make you feel good?
    No. I felt a little too buzzed Ė it made me feel uncomfortable.

    People will find it hard to believe youíve only taken it four times.

    Itís the truth. Iíve never taken heroin either, never injected myself with anything, never done LSD. Those things all scare me.

    What other drugs have you tried?
    Pot, obviously. And ecstasy. I liked that better than the others (giggles). I didnít drink on it, so I was just chilling. Itís something that a lot of people experience when theyíre in college. I just should have known that being in the public eye, someone was bound to say something or try to make some money off it.

    So suddenly itís all going horribly wrong for you. Youíre 20 years old and youíve gone from brilliantly successful young actress to crazy party girl Ė what is that doing to your head?
    I wanted to ignore it. Thatís what got me in trouble. I didnít want to listen to anyone. I didnít trust anyone.

    Not even your mother?

    She kept telling me to leave LA and come back home to New York. I should have listened to her. But I didnít want to be in New York because my dad was there.

    Do you blame him for what happened to you?
    No, I donít blame anyone but myself. I just didnít want him in my life at that point because he was causing chaos. He wasnít being a father. I even caught him cheating on Mum once, at his motherís place.

    You caught your dad cheating on your mum?
    Yes. Heíd disappeared for five days, so I asked Mum if we could go to my grandmotherís house and see if he was there. I got out of the car when we arrived and I saw him diving into the pool with some woman. So I ran into the house and checked her ID to see who she was. I remember running back to the car, feeling sick. I didnít tell Mum until we got home. That woman was the one he had a secret child with, which came out in the press recently.

    Your dad was drinking, taking drugs, womanising. It must have been a horrible thing for a daughter to witness?
    Yes. The one thing that upset me the most when it happened was when he recorded me telling him about an argument I had with Mum. Mum and I never argued Ė this was only the second time weíd ever had a real fight. And then he recorded me talking about it, and gave it to the media. And it created such an untrue, hurtful picture of my relationship with my mother. It broke my heart. Mum tried so hard to keep things civil with my dad, but nothing worked.

    Is he unstable?
    He definitely needs to see a therapist. He went to rehab once but got kicked out. Thatís one thing thatís never happened to me!

    Do you drink a lot?
    Not really. Iíve never been a huge drinker. Iíve never woken up in the morning and had a drink.

    So youíre not a big drinker, donít take a lot of drugs Ė why do you need rehab?
    This is where it gets hard for me to explain. I donít think thereís anything wrong with people taking time to just be by themselves. I think people want to see me do that. They will keep saying the same things about me if I donít. I donít think it will be a bad thing for me to be away with myself for three months.

    Do you think you personally need this treatment, for physical or psychological reasons?
    I donít think I need to be on lockdown for three months. I donít think thatís rehab.

    How often have you been in rehab?
    Iíve been court-ordered to do it six times. I could write the book on rehab. Constantly sending me to rehab is pointless. The first few times I was court-ordered to rehab it was like a joke, like killing time.

    Like school detention?
    Yes. They just asked me the same old questions Iíd answered before.

    Do you actually want to do this rehab youíre about to start?
    I look at it as a good thing. I can come back afterwards and be fully focused on work. But I think there are other things I could do instead of going to a rehab centre that would benefit me more. The best thing they could do for me would be to make me go abroad to different countries and work with children.

    Youíve never had it voluntarily?
    Once. I went when I was doing a movie called I Know Who Killed Me, and I hadnít been drinking for a year at that point, but I was having really bad nightmares and the movie was pretty traumatising. So I stayed in a facility so I could get some sleep and talk about it with someone the next day, because it was overwhelming. But I would leave every day and just sleep there at night. I liked that. It was kind of like having my own live-in therapist, because I was having crazy nightmares and I was having AA meetings on set and stuff. It really helped.

    AA meetings? So youíre an alcoholic?
    No. I donít think so. But when I was younger I was definitely going out too much and I was drinking too much. I was accused of everything, even stealing a necklace. Iíd never steal a necklace. They didnít show the real in-store video tape to anyone, because that shows the store attendant putting it on me and me taking out cash to pay for it, and sheís saying, ĎNo, you can just bring it back tomorrow.í So, thereís like a slew of things that have gone on like that which have been such a strain.

    If you were being hyper-self-critical, what would you say?

    I think my two DUIs were totally irresponsible Ė a stupid mistakeÖ Everyone thinks Iím this crazy drug addict who shows up late to everything and behaves so badly. But Iím not. Iím bad with timing. I always panic when people rush me. Iím like, ĎIíll be there half an hour early if you just give me my space and donít call me every five seconds.í

    PM Do you know what your sexuality really is?

    LL Yes. I like boys.

    Do you think youíre bisexual?
    Not really. I like being in a relationship with a guy. But thereís something just different about it with a woman. When I was with Samantha (Ronson), I didnít want to leave, because I didnít want to be alone. It was very toxic. And her family controlled anything she did.

    Were you in love with her?
    I still love her as a person.

    But were you IN love with her?
    I think there was a point when I was.

    'I think my two DUIs were totally irresponsible - a stupid mistake,' said Lindsay

    So youíre probably straight?
    No, I know Iím straight. I have made out with girls before, and I had a relationship with a girl. But I think I needed to experience that and I think I was looking for something different.

    When was the last time you took a drug?
    (Long pause) Probably a year agoÖ some pot. But Iím not a stoner.

    Did you take it a lot?
    No. I have severe ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder). I canít stand still. So I take Adderall (a prescription drug) for that, it calms me. I know people who take it to stay up, or girls who take it to supposedly stay slim because it kills your appetite. But I eat all the time. I just take it to stay calm. It works well for me.

    Are you on any other medication?
    Trazodone (a tranquilliser) if Iíve been travelling and canít sleep from jet lag. But in small doses, Iím not a pill-popper.

    When you were drinking too much, what would you have?
    Iíd have vodka soda or vodka Red Bull, but the Red Bull would keep me up all night and Iíd get heart palpitations. I canít drink it any more. I never liked the taste of it, anyway.

    From all youíve told me, if itís the truth, I donít get a picture of the crazy messed-up junkie I read about all the time.
    Iíve never been a junkie, and never will be. I just like going out late to clubs with friends and listening to music. Always have done. Itís not that unusual for girls of 26!

    Can you give up drinking?í
    Yes, Iím fine with that. I donít drink every day. Heath Ledger (who died from a prescription drugs overdose in 2008) told me to give it up for a year because heíd just done that, and so I did and it wasnít a problem for me. I didnít miss it, I felt good. Thatís not to say that years from now I wonít have a glass of wine at a dinner, but Iíd rather not drink and just focus on work.

    Everyone assumes youíre always drinking. Youíve become a one-woman rumourville.
    Right, even the judges believe the rumours. Thatís the problem.

    Who in Hollywood has been good to you?
    Meryl Streep was nice. She just advised me on my acting and what I needed to do differently, and she told me I needed to go back to live with my mum for a while.

    But you didnít?
    I couldnít by then. I wasnít allowed to leave the state of California because of the court orders. I was trapped by my probation requirements in the worst-possible place I could be. Jamie Lee Curtis was very kind to me, too. She also told me to listen to good advice and to get rid of the hangers-on.

    PM
    Are you seeing anyone now?


    LL Apparently, Iím dating my friend Mo, a producer.

    You are?

    No, I kind of was for a minute but it wasnít the right timing and so weíre still friends. And we kind of knew that. Iíve been seeing this other guy but heís away right now. Iíll see him next week. I donít know, Iím not concerned about being in a relationship right now. I want to work for a year and then eventually settle down and have children and a husband.

    What was the happiest moment of your life?

    The day I got the Parent Trap role. I was so happy.

    And the unhappiest?

    The day I had to turn myself in to jail, and I had to see my mumís face. I spent 12 days inside and I felt utter shock and cried for four days straight.

    Youíre about to go into rehab and have three months to sort yourself out Ė do you think you will?

    Yes. Being in New York has helped me. Just being with my family more, and being able to walk around and have more of a life.


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    Fly, sending good vibes your way.

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    Wow that interview was the biggest bunch of bullshit I ever read. Total pathological liar.

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    The only thing that is the truth coming out of her mouth was the bold bit...
    I’ve been court-ordered to do it six times. I could write the book on rehab. Constantly sending me to rehab is pointless. The first few times I was court-ordered to rehab it was like a joke, like killing time.
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    I’ve been court-ordered to do it six times. I could write the book on rehab. Constantly sending me to rehab is pointless. The first few times I was court-ordered to rehab it was like a joke, like killing time.


    Fixed that for you.

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    On coke: i have only done that four or five hundred thousand times. Damn typo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dallison View Post
    Very sorry for your loss.

    My Mom passed away suddenly in March. Not easy. If you need to vent, feel free to send me a PM.

    Thank you dallison. I'm sorry for your loss. And thank you all for your kindness.You're a bunch of good bitches.
    Thank God for the crazy that is Lindsay...she gives me some relief from the real world.
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    Yup, doncha know that judges make judgments solely in consultation with TMZ? And since when is 16 your late teens? Isn't then when she moved into CM? 6 court ordered rehabs and how many violations of probation and she doesn't drink? What's the point of the interview if you're going to let her spin that shit? Why bother?
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