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EXCLUSIVE: Michael Lohan: "Either Lindsay Sits Down And Talks To Me Or I Get A Conservatorship"

Apr. 22 2010, Published 2:30 p.m. ET

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Michael Lohan says he genuinely fears for his youngest daughter Ali Lohan’s life, and that is why he stormed Lindsay’s apartment on Thursday.

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“I have been and I am concerned about Lindsay and I had plans to sit down with her and her lawyer,” Lohan told exclusively. “But when I found out two days ago that my sixteen year old daughter was at Coachella…and that the two of them were in a car driving back from Palm Springs at 115 miles an hour, I became concerned about what Ali is being exposed to. “

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But Michael told exclusively the drama was much more personal and serious.

“Ali disappeared for 3 days over there. She and Lindsay got into a fight and Ali disappeared and took off with that guy Patrick Aufdenkamp. Lindsay called me up hysterical and I arranged to have a private plane pick them up. But then Dina and her ex-boyfriend got involved and thwarted all my plans.”

Michael says he showed up unannounced at Lindsay’s West Hollywood apartment on Thursday not to stage a drug intervention, but to do a welfare check on Ali.

He told, “The biggest problem here is Dina. Either Lindsay sits down and talks to me or I’ll get child protective services involved and ask for a conservatorship.”

Dina, however, sees things quite differently and told that Michael didn’t even recognize Ali when he was looking right at her (



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