bill-swift - July 18, 2007
Lindsay Lohan is out of rehab, and even wearing an alcohol-detecting ankle bracelet, which most would see as a sign of her going straight and sober. Of course, not everyone is buying the story of her new-found sobriety, including Metro UK, who are reporting that Lindsay Lohan may doing Ecstasy in a bid to get high without her ankle bracelet detecting anything.
Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan has reportedly started taking ecstasy when she is out partying. Lindsay, 21, left the Promises rehab centre in Malibu in May after being treated for susbtance abuse, but is allegedly already back to her old ways, despite saying that being in rehab has changed her life.
She said: "Rehab absolutely changed my life. I didn't have a good grip on it and I needed to get all my shit together. I was going out way too much. There were lots of therapy classes to talk about relationships. If I got stressed out, I would say a serenity prayer and meditate as well."
But the New York Post are reporting that 'Mean Girls' star Lindsay has already turned her back on her new life, asking for supplies of the drug Ecstasy.
In the Post's Page Six today, it says: "Which hard-partying starlet has found out a way to get high while wearing an alcohol-monitoring anklet? She was asking where she could score Ecstasy at a Vegas club the other night." A representative for Lindsay could not be reached for comment.
Hmmm.... Ecstacy? I don't know. That would mean that Lindsay was lying about rehab working for her, and that she really hasn't changed at all. Statistically, I'm sure that rehab works much better the second time around, and that Lindsay has totally kicked her habit.
I mean, she must be wearing that "Still Smokin'" T-shirt in a purely ironic fashion. I'm sure it has nothing at all to do with her ongoing desire to use drugs and alcohol in attempt to drown out all the pain, misery and self-doubt in her life.
Photo credit: Flynet
Please log in again. The login page will open in a new tab. After logging in you can close it and return to this page.