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Sunday 29 May 2016

LiLo opens up to The Wanted

Published 19/09/2013

Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan has opened up to The Wanted about her most recent rehab stint.

The actress was court-ordered to 90 days treatment in relation to a car crash she was involved in last year. She completed the stint at two clinics over the summer, checking out at the end of July.

Since then the 27-year-old star has insisted she is focusing on her health, even cancelling a trip to Europe on the advice of Oprah Winfrey.

Lindsay is good friends with British boyband The Wanted, who has been in touch with her since her rehab spell.

"We were curious, asking her what rehab was like. She said there was therapy and lots of talking to... people and learning about other people's problems," Jay McGuiness explained to British magazine Heat. "She needed time away from that world. We told her we were proud of her and we thought things were going to turn around for her."

Lindsay had a short-lived romance with The Wanted's Max George and was often seen at their American performances last year. He initially dismissed her as a "groupie" before admitting they had locked lips.

The singer is now doing his best to be there for his former flame and was among the first to reach out to her when she left Cliffside Malibu rehabilitation centre.

"We called her just after she left to make sure she was OK and she ended up coming to one of our shows in LA. She's off the booze and doing great," he explained.

Tom Parker added: "I couldn't be happier for her."

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