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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW: Michael Lohan Says Lindsay Lies; Begs Her To Get Help

Nov. 6 2009, Published 5:21 a.m. ET

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In the very public Lohan Family War, Michael Lohan is adamantly defending his decision to release tape recordings of Lindsay’s phone calls with him. In an exclusive and brutally candid interview with, Michael accuses Lindsay of lying about the seriousness of her situation and the relationship she has with her father. “Mom was saying it’s not dire, but it is,” Michael pleaded to Lindsay.

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Lohan Family War Explodes

Another explosive accusation Michael levels against his family is that Lindsay learned to lie from her own mother Dina. “She was taught by her mother, unfortunately,” he said to about Lindsay’s lies. There certainly isn’t any love lost between Lindsay’s parents.

Michael said that he released the tapes because he fears for Lindsay’s life -- he even emotionally addresses his daughter in the interview. “I’m concerned.  I love you,” Michael says. Defending himself he stated “I’m tired of being called a liar.”

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Michael also pleads with his fragile daughter to take responsible actions for her life. “Please go to a therapist,” he said. “I want Lindsay to get help.”

Hear Lindsay’s Dramatic Cry for Help

Lindsay’s lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley tells that Lindsay wants to go after her father and that they are "exploring all options both civilly, and criminally. We are talking to legal authorities in New York and Los Angeles to determine if any laws were broken."



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