Lilo's Out Of Rehab - Is This a Good Thing or a Bad Thing?kellidaisy
She’s outta there! RadarOnline is revealing that Lindsay Lohan has left the UCLA Medical Centre in LA after serving only 22 of her 90 day sentence. According to TMZ, Lilo’s doctors “have already concluded her psychiatric problems are not nearly as severe as first thought. In addition, the doctors do not believe the drug dependency issues are as severe as first thought.”
Well, this should make Dina Lohan very happy! Not only does she have her daughter out early, but she can get back up on her soapbox and yell to the world that her daughter doesn’t have a substance abuse problem! Remember when Dina was on the Today Show and gave that incredibly irritating interview to Matt Lauer? The one where she stated that;
“As a parent, you have to let her go a little bit,” recalling when Lindsay, now 24, first moved West. “When she went out to Los Angeles when she was 19, I had to let her go and let her live and fall and fail and survive. Without failure, there’s no success. I was there in close proximity, but you can’t make your child not go out and go to a club and not get behind the wheel of a car. I certainly don’t condone any of that behavior.”
Well, that certainly makes up for the fact that she basically threw away her entire career – as long as her mother doesn’t condone it! And from what I’ve read, Lindsay was living at the Chateau Marmont at the tender age of 16 while dating Wilmer Valederrama – but as long as her mother was letting her live and fail, I guess that makes it alright!
Here’s hoping that Lindsay can get her act together and stop acting like a spoiled brat, but I highly doubt it. She also is apparently looking for an apology from the court since they determined her addictions to not be as severe as previously thought. Which sounds about right for a woman who still has her equally famewhoring mother defending her every irresponsible action.
RadarOnline is stating that Lindsay was escorted out the back of the UCLA Medical centre into a waiting car, and that her first action as a free woman was to call her mother. Of course it was. What do you think – is there any hope for Lilo, or has she sealed her own fate with her actions?