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LiLo wants an apology

Posted by: James Lileks under Naughty Updated: August 24, 2010 - 11:04 AM

Lindsay Lohan wants an apology, because the drugs made her do, er, drugs:

Now that doctors have reportedly concluded that Lindsay Lohan was misdiagnosed, the troubled actress is said to be seething mad at the court system and looking for an apology or restitution.

 

According to TMZ, doctors at UCLA's Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital in Westwood evaluated Lohan and do not believe she has bipolar disorder or an addiction to methamphethamine. In addition, she was reportedly misdiagnosed as having Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and given the prescription drug Adderall, which may have contributed to a string of manic side effects causing her unusual behavior.

 

Since she apparently doesn't have a problem, LiLo is looking for restitution for having been sentenced 90 days behind bars ad three months in rehab.

Keep in mind she was arrested for drunk driving, and got in trouble because she didn’t show up for court dates. Maybe clinical trials have established that “irresponsibility and a sense of entitlement” are side effects of Adderall, but that suggests that half of Hollywood would be have to be popping them like Pez.

 

In related news, a judge may rule on something related to Lindsay Lohan:

A court official says the judge handling Lindsay Lohan's criminal case plans to issue an unspecified ruling in the case a day before her attorneys are due in court.

 

Los Angeles Superior Court spokesman Allan Parachini said Monday that Judge Elden Fox plans to issue the ruling Tuesday afternoon. Parachini said he had no additional details.

He could be requesting that the court revisit Lohan’s rehab session in light of new evidence - specifically, the shocking inability of the courtroom artist to draw Lohan without giving her a preposterously long neck. Who knows how this has swayed public opinion.

I just found these buried in an AP slide show. Behold the weeping maidens in the back:

 

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