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Lindsay Lohan tried to keep drinking secret on TV show

LINDSAY LOHAN struggled desperately to keep her recent booze relapse a secret while she was filming her reality TV show. The Mean Girls star admitted on camera that she had slipped up and sacrificed her new-found sobriety by drinking wine following a spat with a boyfriend while she was filming her reality TV show Lindsay for Oprah Winfrey's OWN network. However, Lohan has now admitted she tried her best to keep the slip-up a secret because was "scared" of the reaction to her confession as it came just weeks after her release from rehab. She tells British TV host Alan Carr, "There was a point on the show when I was in a relationship with someone and I, like, had a drink and I freaked out and didn't want to say anything on the show as I didn't know how that would come across and I was just scared. And that's when it kind of hit home that I was doing a docu-series, and I was like you know what, I'm honest and I'm open and I've never really hid anything, unfortunately there are some things I would've like to have kept hidden (that) have been out there." When the presenter asked Lohan how many days it had been since she had her last drink, she replied, "I don't know. A long amount of time." The interview airs in the U.K. on Friday (25Apr14).

Lindsay Lohan tried to keep drinking secret on TV show

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Lindsay Lohan, Lindsay Lohan leaves a male friends house, and heads into town for a night out with him. Before Lindsay emerged, a Metropolitan Police car arrived with two officers in the car. After parking up in the middle of the street for around 10 minutes, blocking oncoming traffic, the officers got out and told waiting snappers that they had come to stop them from following Lindsay to her chosen destination! In a move that is sure to enrage British tax payers, the brazen officers also said that they would be providing her with a Police escort all the way to her destination, as they had been called down especially for the occasion, due to a phone call being made to them, saying Lindsay did not feel safe! Snappers politely suggested that on a busy Saturday night in the West End, it seemed incredible the Police thought it was acceptable to spend their time doing this, but the officers were unrepentant and offered no apologies. Despite no laws being broken, they stopped the photographers from going about their jobs, and prevented them from following Lindsay, and even sped off in a 30mph zone behind Lohans car.
Lindsay Lohan, Lindsay Lohan leaves a male friends house, and heads into town for a night out with him. Before Lindsay emerged, a Metropolitan Police car arrived with two officers in the car. After parking up in the middle of the street for around 10 minutes, blocking oncoming traffic, the officers got out and told waiting snappers that they had come to stop them from following Lindsay to her chosen destination! In a move that is sure to enrage British tax payers, the brazen officers also said that they would be providing her with a Police escort all the way to her destination, as they had been called down especially for the occasion, due to a phone call being made to them, saying Lindsay did not feel safe! Snappers politely suggested that on a busy Saturday night in the West End, it seemed incredible the Police thought it was acceptable to spend their time doing this, but the officers were unrepentant and offered no apologies. Despite no laws being broken, they stopped the photographers from going about their jobs, and prevented them from following Lindsay, and even sped off in a 30mph zone behind Lohans car. Will Alexander/WENN.com
LINDSAY LOHAN struggled desperately to keep her recent booze relapse a secret while she was filming her reality TV show. The Mean Girls star admitted on camera that she had slipped up and sacrificed her new-found sobriety by drinking wine following a spat with a boyfriend while she was filming her reality TV show Lindsay for Oprah Winfrey's OWN network. However, Lohan has now admitted she tried her best to keep the slip-up a secret because was "scared" of the reaction to her confession as it came just weeks after her release from rehab. She tells British TV host Alan Carr, "There was a point on the show when I was in a relationship with someone and I, like, had a drink and I freaked out and didn't want to say anything on the show as I didn't know how that would come across and I was just scared. And that's when it kind of hit home that I was doing a docu-series, and I was like you know what, I'm honest and I'm open and I've never really hid anything, unfortunately there are some things I would've like to have kept hidden (that) have been out there." When the presenter asked Lohan how many days it had been since she had her last drink, she replied, "I don't know. A long amount of time." The interview airs in the U.K. on Friday (25Apr14).
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