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Lindsay Lohan Drug Addiction

Lindsay Lohan has accomplished a great many things in her young life, including starring in The Parent Trap at only 11-years-old. The problem is that she might not remember much about that victory, her performance, or a great many other things she has done throughout her young and tumultuous life. Why? Lindsay has a long history (yes, in her young life) of drug and alcohol addiction.

Lindsay Lohan Drug Addiction
Lindsay Lohan

She has been front and center in the news for the past several years when it comes to celebrities and their addictions. One of the main reasons that the media seems to take such an interest in her is because she is young and was seemingly on the upward slope of a long and lustrous career. All that has come to a crashing halt due to her behavior, her repeated denials, and her seemingly best efforts to thwart any attempt at recovery and redemption.

Her most recent stint in jail due to her continued abuses have led her to her third trip into rehabilitation row. Perhaps there are only a few people who have much faith in Lindsay Lohan to kick her alcohol and drug addiction, but there is a saying out there that states, 'The third time's the charm.'

Where it all started

Lindsay Lohan's father Michael has been one of the most vocal people in trying to get Lindsay the help she needs. It is difficult for a loved one to stand by and watch someone wither away and even throw their life away, all in the name of partying and trying to have fun. Lindsay's early drug and alcohol use was in the form of illegal drugs, such as cocaine and underage drinking. She would be documented partying until the wee hours of the morning with friends, only to disappear for days at a time.

Her behavior led to several DUI stops, including accidents, which led to a court ordered rehab for the first time. At this point, she denied any drug or alcohol abuse and would even Tweet about friends whom she lost to drug overdoses and that it was wrong and that shouldn't be the way anyone should go. She mentioned on more than one occasion that she was tired of the three letters 'RIP' when it came to friends.

Denial is Not Just a River in Egypt ...

Of course, denial is commonly referred to as an addict's best friend. Lindsay mastered the art of denial but what has baffled people for years was that she would make these denials public on the same day that pictures of her partying the night before surfaced.

From one drug to the next

Lindsay completed one 45-day stretch in rehab at Promises Rehab in Malibu. Perhaps rehab did work for Lindsay Lohan, at least to some degree. For all accounts, she has kicked her illicit drug addiction, but replaced it with an addiction to prescription medications, a common current favorite among celebrities, it would seem.

The system may be part of the problem. In her latest stint in court ordered rehab, after the ankle bracelet incident, Lindsay Lohan did not complete her 90 day stay. Apparently the authorities at the rehab center said that she did not need to stay the full time.

I Fought the Law ...

An addiction is still an addiction and while her father and her closest loved ones fight for her life, Lindsay continues to be evasive, defiant, and in denial. If the system won't help her and she won't help herself, then what will the next step be?

On September 24, 2010, the Los Angeles judge sent Lindsay Lohan back to jail for 30 days for violating the terms of her last court appearance. Perhaps this time, jail will have a positive impact on Lohan dealing with her addiction.

Update: On an interview with Oprah Winfrey, which aired on August 18, 2013, Lindsay Lohan stated that she had been in rehabilitation a total of 6 times over the years including some of the most famous rehab centers in the USA including the Cirque Lodge, the Betty Ford Center and Promises Malibu. She also stated that while she had tried cocaine 10 - 15 times, her drug of choice was actually alcohol.

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