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Lindsay Lohan Tweets About The Danger of Doing Drugs

In the wake of the sudden and mysterious death of Johnson & Johnson heiress Casey Johnson, many—including the 30-year-old’s partner Tila Tequila– are wondering if drugs could have played a part in her untimely death.

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While her cause of death has so far been determined as “uncertain” some celebrities aren’t wasting any time toting their anti-drug messages.

On Monday night, Lindsay Lohan vented her thoughts on her Twitter page, writing: “Am so sick of those 3 letters, so tired of losing friends to something as senseless as a drug overdose. WAKE UP people.”

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Her words were actually taken from her ex-girlfriend Samantha Ronson’s page. Ronson herself had been tweeting about Casey Johnson’s death.

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Lindsay has battled her own drug rumors. Her father Michael Lohan told RadarOnline.com that he fears his daughter has an addiction to prescription pills and has pleaded publicly with her to get help.

In an exclusive statement to RadarOnline.com on Monday, Lohan said: “For how long now, have I been on national television, radio and in the press making waves about prescription drug use and how it is affecting the people we love and others?” Lohan wrote. “Heath Ledger, Michael Jackson, Adam Goldstein, Brittany Murphy and now Casey. (My heart goes out Courtney Semel, who tried to help her, just as my heart goes out to my daughter as many of these people were her friends.) But let’s not talk about celebrities. Let’s talk about our own children and loved ones. When are people going to realize that these drugs cause you to do things you normally wouldn’t and will ultimately destroy your lives!?

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“Knock me all you want, I am trying, not lying! It’s time to take a stand folks. Now! God bless Casey and her family.”

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