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EXCLUSIVE: Lindsay Lohan: All I Want For Christmas Is A Drama Free Holiday

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Dec. 22 2010, Published 5:42 a.m. ET

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Lindsay Lohan is "extremely relieved" that the Betty Ford Center fired the chemical technician who sold her out in a cash-for-comment scandal, an associate of the 24-year-old actress tells RadarOnline.com.

The reformed Hollywood child is looking forward to Christmas and is attempting to put the controversy out of her mind.

"She is decorating and buying gifts for her friends and family, as Lindsay hopes for a drama free Christmas," said the source.

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As RadarOnline.com first revealed, Lohan clashed with the staffer, Dawn Holland, after she tried to reprimand the star when she returned late to the sober house.

Lohan is now being investigated for alleged battery stemming from the December 12 incident.

"Lindsay isn't fully aware, nor does she seem to have knowledge of what Dawn did to her by revealing these details," said the source.

"Lindsay was just concerned about her roommates privacy, as well as her own.

"Lindsay is adamant that Dawn was out to get her. Lindsay is committed to finishing her treatment at Betty Ford."

Not soon after making the decision, administrators for the clinic told the Mean Girls starlet they had dropped the axe on Holland, who now faces possible criminal charges for selling a privileged document.

"Lindsay suspected that Dawn had been leaking information to TMZ when the story first broke, so she wasn't that surprised," added the insider.

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"The administrators are bending over backwards to make sure that this doesn't happen again for the remainder of Lindsay's stay.

"Betty Ford is concerned that Lindsay could sue them, she has an excellent case if she chooses to do so.

"Lindsay is focused on her treatment right now, and she hasn't decided what action if any she will take against Betty Ford and Dawn Holland.

"Lindsay will wait for the outcome of the battery investigation that is being conducted by the Palm Desert Police Department and the California Attorney General's office inquiry."

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