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Lindsay Lohan: 'I Could Write The Book On Rehab'
Lindsay Lohan said out loud what we already suspected: she thinks rehab is a joke.Lohan gave an interview to Piers Morgan in the Daily Mail (which we accessed via the New York Post). She told him, "I don't think I need to be on lockdown for three months."
She added, "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."
Lohan is back after the Betty Ford Clinic for a 90-day stint, and it's not her first time there. She was at the Rancho Mirage facility in 2010. This time might be different—not in the sense that she'll emerge a new woman but that she might blog about her time there.
Lohan has a spotty record but she says she doesn't really regret any of it: "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 learned from them."
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