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Lilo ‘kept rehab diary’

Lindsay Lohan reportedly penned a diary full of her private thoughts during her rehab stay.

The 27-year-old actress left the Cliffside Malibu clinic at the end of July following a court-ordered 90-day treatment programme.

Sources revealed that during her stint at the facility, Lindsay kept a secret journal that she wrote in every single day.

“It’s a treasure trove of her private thoughts,” the source told RadarOnline.

“If anyone were to get their hands on her diary from rehab I’m sure there’d be some pretty crazy stuff in there! I asked her one time what she writes about in there and she said, ‘Everything.’”

The insider attended Cliffside Malibu at the same time as the troubled Mean Girls star. They claim Lindsay was never seen without her confidential notebook, even writing in it during therapy sessions.

“Lindsay was so obsessed with writing in her journal that she would do it any place, any time,” the insider added.

“She scribbled in her diary a lot during the group sessions, which angered the other patients. Here everybody is trying to open up and be vulnerable, and she’s not even paying attention, so a lot of the other patients were pretty p**sed with her about that.”

Lindsay has reportedly penned diaries while under supervision before.

In 2010 TMZ claimed she had kept meticulous notes on her stay in Lynwood California's Century Regional Detention Facility, where she served 13 days behind bars.

In 2011, US Star magazine also revealed Lindsay's diaries from 2007, in which she hinted at a relationship with the late actor Heath Ledger, who she called “the love of my life”.

Lindsay recently confessed to talk show host Oprah Winfrey that her latest stint in rehab has changed her.

"Having all the chaos around me that I was so comfortable with - I somehow inside of me knew I wanted to go in jail," she tearfully explained.

"I think that was subconsciously going on in my head through my actions… just to have some peace. I came into it just really craving more spirituality, really open and ready to get really honest."

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