In an exclusive interview with the ever-funny and candid Doris Roberts, the 80-year-old comedic diva tells RadarOnline.com that Lindsay Lohan has "had a lot chances to get it together."
"She's so young and she has everything waiting for her," Roberts said of Lohan's on-going battle with cocaine and alcohol abuse. "She can't quite get rid of it. So I pray for her.
"It's a tough battle," Roberts tells us. "It's a disease honey, it's a disease you cant get rid of. Alcoholism is terrible. It ruins your life and it will ruin her looks. It will ruin everything. Every part of her body. Certainly her liver, her kidneys and her heart."
Lohan is reportedly making remarkable progress at Betty Ford, a treatment center her mother Dina described on Today as the answer to her prayers for Lindsay.
RadarOnline.com chatted with Roberts, the doyenne of Everybody Loves Raymond, in Los Angeles Saturday at the International Myeloma Foundation's 4th Annual Comedy Celebration.
The event helped raise funds for the Peter Boyle Memorial Fund. Boyle, who co-starred with Roberts in Raymond, died in 2006 after suffering from multiple myeloma and heart disease. He was just 71 years-old.