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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW: Michael Lohan: "Ali Started Crying"

Apr. 22 2010, Published 12:55 p.m. ET

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Lindsay Lohan’s father stormed her West Hollywood condo Thursday with sheriff’s deputies and the media for what he called “a welfare check” on Lindsay’s 16-year-old sister Ali.

And Michael Lohan reveals exclusively to RadarOnline.com what Ali said when she saw him.

VIDEO: Michael Lohan Shows Up At Lindsay’s House

“I just want Ali to be ok,” Michael says. “I want her out of this situation and I want Lindsay to get help. That’s what I want.”

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Michael said he had to take these drastic measures because Ali came back to California from New York and was “exposed to Coachella.” He claims that she was in a car with Lindsay “driving around 115 miles per hour coming back from Palm Springs at 2:30 in the morning.” On Twitter Thursday night Lindsay denied that claim:. “my friend @lianalevi doesn't drive 100mph!! my dad is the one who drove into a telephone pole!!!! hello! i'm not up ALL NIGHT!!! stop lying!”

“Is Lindsay a mentor for Ali at this point?” he asked.

When Michael approached Ali, he said “I listened to what she had to say,” and she asked him “’What are you doing dad?”’ and she started crying.” Dina Lohan, Michael’s ex-wife, claims Michael didn’t even recognize Ali at first. "Michael walked into the apartment looked right at Ali and said, I'm looking for my daughter Ali, is she here?" Dina told RadarOnlne.com.

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Michael says he is trying to do the right thing through the proper channels. Shrugging his shoulders he asks, “What am I gonna do?”

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