Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Lindsay Lohan ‘highly disruptive’ at old rehab

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan was reportedly transferred to a new rehab facility because she was “disruptive and willful” at the Betty Ford Center in California.

The 26-year-old actress was ordered to spend 90 days in rehab after pleading no contest to misdemeanours in connection to her June 2012 car crash in Santa Monica, California.

She began her treatment at Betty Ford Center in the state but she has recently transferred to the Cliffside Malibu treatment facility.

Apparently the star was uncooperative throughout her stay at Betty Ford and staff wanted her to leave.

“She was making life hell for those around her every day,” a source told Radar Online. “She was disruptive and willful. Betty Ford is thrilled to see her go.”

Since the outset of her stay it has been rumoured Lindsay purposefully broke all the rules.

She reportedly demanded the use of her laptop and cell phone even though the centre bans these items.

Lindsay also wanted access to prescription drug Adderall which is used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, but the pill was also forbidden at Betty Ford.

“Lindsay was demanding her Adderall, which she was not given. But she kept demanding it and was highly disruptive,” the insider explained.

“Lindsay skipped group therapy, she refused to go for several days. She thought people were giving out information on her. That was her excuse.”

Before Lindsay checked into rehab in May she posted a photo on Instagram which captured "90 days and 270 looks” worth of clothes.

Apparently her fabulous wardrobe is not doing Lindsay any good, as she appears worse for wear.

“[She] looks extremely haggard, her face is bloated, and it doesn’t look like she has brushed her hair in days,” a source told the website previously.

“She looks very dishevelled and has absolutely no energy.”

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