Lindsay Lohan Set For Intervention
Lindsay Lohan's father Michael has revealed he is planning to stage an intervention to force his daughter, who he claims is addicted to prescription drugs, to get medical help.
Lindsay Lohan's family is planning to stage an intervention.
Lindsay's father Michael Lohan - who claims she is addicted to prescription medication - revealed he and her mother Dina are concerned the star's life is spiralling out of control and have discussed forcing their daughter to get professional help.
Michael said: "I had a conversation with her, her mother and everyone. Over the next couple of weeks I'm going to be doing things in a pretty public way.
"But Dina has got to get on the same page with me. It's a serious situation. You can't just talk about it and tell me that you want to do an intervention and then do nothing."
It has been claimed Lindsay - who has completed three previous stints in rehab - is addicted to a cocktail of different prescription medications.
Among the pills she apparently takes are Attention Deficit Disorder medication Adderall, anti-depressant Zoloft and pills to treat anxiety and bi-polar disorder.
Michael says he has been forced to speak out publicly about his 23-year-old daughter's substance problem as it is the only way to make her pay attention to him.
He explained to website RadarOnline: "When Lindsay doesn't adhere or listen to what I say about serious situations, I feel I have to speak publicly to put pressure on her. If she doesn't take my advice and do what I say... the more pressure I put on her, the more likely she is to eventually do the right thing."
Meanwhile, it has been claimed Lindsay is close to having a mental breakdown.
A source told gossip website X17online: "Lindsay is so close to going to rehab, but what she really needs is something way more than most rehabs can offer. This is way beyond just drugs and alcohol."