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Adam Case, Lindsay Lohan’s Betty Ford clinic cohort, has been under fire from cops looking to nail the troubled star for her altercation with Dawn Holland.
They can all eat it, according to Case. Our girl was clean.
The Riverside Country D.A. is still deciding whether to file charges against Lohan, even though Holland has said she won’t pursue the matter or cooperate.
IN THE CLEAR: At least for now. [Photo: Pacific Coast News]
Case, who saw the whole thing, said LiLo “wasn’t drinking at all” and that the Riverside D.A. is trying to put a “feather in his cap” by going after Lohan.
Maybe her inspiring New Year’s Tweet wasn’t just the same old lip service. Even though Lindsay Lohan is legally free to leave rehab today, she’s sticking around Betty Ford, possibly until next week, to get additional treatment.
The troubled star is being cautious before reentering society. Thank goodness.
IN TREATMENT: As long as it takes, girl. [Photo: Pacific Coast News]
The careening train wreck was ordered back to rehab until January 3 following her probation violating drug test in October. So she is free to go now.
However, reports say Lohan is talking with the Betty Ford CenterMore >
On location in New Orleans these days, filming So Undercover with the salvia-loving actress, Osbourne has a message for critics of Cyrus: back off!
“Miley and I have become really close,” Osbourne Tweeted last night. “I’m sick of all the haters judging her.”
Kelly Osbourne is securely on Team Miley. Are you?
Hey, in defense of “haters,” they wouldn’t be living up to their label if they weren’t critical, would they?
Alluding to the infamousMore >
With 2010 drawing to a close, it is with much pride that THG unveils its 10 finalists for its prestigious, Fourth Annual Celebrity of the Year award.
These stars all gave us their best, their worst, their nude pics (sometimes) and their scandals (often). This month, THG honors that greatness.
We present Celebrity of the Year finalist #10 … Michael Jackson!
It seems hard to believe the King of Pop, who passed away in 2009, might be bigger in death than he was in life, but MJ defies conventional wisdom.
Beyond the investigation into his death, there are side plots – the well being of hisMore >
Since Lindsay Lohan has been barred from leaving the state of California during this week’s Thanksgiving holiday, she’ll be spending it in the Golden State.
With her father Michael!
The troubled star tried to get permission from officials at the Betty Ford clinic to head back to New York for the holiday, to be with her mother and siblings.
LIKE OLD TIMES: Will Thanksgiving 2010 mark a new, positive chapter in the Lohans’ relationships? Or just another bump on an extremely bumpy road to ruin?
Betty Ford wasn’t having it though, so she’ll have turkey at a home in Palm Springs where MiLo isMore >
“Demi is not in treatment for drugs. She is there to deal with emotional and physical issues she’s been battling her whole life.”
These are the words of family friend, shooting down recent rumors that Demi Lovato entered a rehab facility due to a problem with cocaine and alcohol.
So, is there a specific issue that forced this young singer to leave her Sorth American tour and seek help? Possibly, reports Star Magazine
In July, an aspiring musician named David Osborn died in a tubing accident. An insider claims Lovato had grown close to the rocker, who she met at a mutual friend’s party inMore >
Yesterday, we reported that Lindsay Lohan needs a good lawyer ASAP.
Well, she got one, and he’s a heavyweight: L.A.-based Robert Shapiro, who’s most famous for being part of the team that successfully defended O.J. Simpson.
Robert has signed on to represent Lindsay Lohan in her saga, although his plan not to appeal the star’s 90-day jail sentence, which she must begin Tuesday.
Instead, Shapiro, whose son died of a drug overdose in 2005, will try to convince Judge Marsha Revel to put Lindsay in rehab and eliminate or minimize jail.
The attorney has a lot of experience at rehab facilitiesMore >
Lindsay Lohan deserves what she got yesterday.
She cried, begged for mercy and appeared contrite when Judge Marsha Revel handed down a 90-day jail sentence and gave her until July 20 to turn herself in.