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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Michael Lohan To Open Rehab Center, ‘God Will Be A Major Element’

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Michael Lohan says he’s moving to California to open a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center, he told RadarOnline.com.

“Yes, it’s, true, I’ll be running it,” Lohan told us in an exclusive interview. “I think it’s time that Dina and I both step out of the media for a while, and for me that means getting back to what I know best — helping people with addiction.”

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Michael says the rehab center is being backed by “a really well known person” but says he can’t disclose yet who it is.

“But I have my entire team of therapists in place and the financing is done. We’re still negotiating the location,” he told RadarOnline.com.

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And true to form, Michael says the center will not tolerate any prescription drug use.

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“I’m going to have a protocol that will be have to be followed. I don’t believe in prescription drugs,” he said. “If people come in on them they’re going to have to get off of them, otherwise they’ll be looking for another rehab.”

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Lohan continued: “I believe spirituality and holistic methods can cure anything. God will be a major element in recovery.”

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Michael’s announcement comes just 48 hours after his daughter Lindsay was released from court-ordered rehab.

As RadarOnline.com was first to report, Lindsay was released from UCLA Medical Center on Tuesday.

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On Wednesday, Lindsay re-activated her drivers license and celebrated her freedom by driving her friends around in a rented Maserati.

 

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