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Thursday 31 July 2014

Lohan insists she was sober at Coachella

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan has reportedly been telling friends she didn’t drink or use drugs at the Coachella festival in California over the weekend.

In March she was sentenced to 90 days in rehab after pleading no contest to charges relating to a car crash last year. Lindsay has until May 2 to start her treatment and it's been widely claimed she put it off to attend Coachella.

The first weekend of the Californian event commenced Friday April 12.

Lindsay is a regular at the festival and took along her 16-year-old brother Cody to this year’s bash.

Although it is rumoured she was ready to go wild at Coachella, apparently that did not happen.

According to TMZ Lindsay told her friends “she didn't drink an ounce of alcohol and stayed clear of all drugs”.

The website also claims even though she has been surrounded by people taking part in getting drunk or high, Lindsay has not been seen at parties.

It is said the star was in bed as early as 10PM on both Friday and Saturday nights.

Among those bands who took to the stage over the weekend are Blur, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

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