How’s this for a delusion of grandeur: RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that troubled Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan recently invited her long-time drug dealer to visit her at the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, Calif., where she is serving 90-days of court ordered rehab.
“Lindsay advised Betty Ford that she wanted to invite a male friend, whom it’s known she partied with for years and had provided drugs to her, including cocaine,” a source with direct knowledge of the situation revealed.
“He is a very, very, bad influence on her.”
Not surprisingly, however, the 26-year-old’s treatment team nixed the plan and prohibited the dealer from making it onto the clinic’s grounds, the insider confirmed.
“Lindsay treatment team told her in no uncertain terms that she needs to sever her relationship with him once she leaves rehab, if she is to overcome her addictions,” the source added.
Radar has chosen not to reveal the identity of her drug dealer.
Though Lohan is allowed to receive visitors to Betty Ford over the next month, the decision to ban her “Mr Fix It” drug dealer “p*ssed her off even more,” the source said.
“Lindsay was already livid that the doctors have taken away her Adderall. She thinks they are just out to get her and make an example out of her, because she is a celebrity. She hates being there and is counting the days until she will be released.”
Before she entered treatment again — this is her sixth time — Lohan bemoaned how “constantly sending me to rehab is pointless,” insisting to The Mail columnist Piers Morgan that she’s “never been a junkie and never will be.”
She also told Morgan: “I have severe ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder). I can’t stand still. So I take Adderall (a prescription drug) for that, it calms me. I know people who take it to stay up, or girls who take it to supposedly stay slim because it kills your appetite. But I eat all the time. I just take it to stay calm. It works
well for me.”
The actress was ordered to spend 90 days in rehab as part of a plea deal in her lying to cops court case.