As Lindsay Lohan prepares to be discharged from her 90-day stint at Palm Springs' Betty Ford rehab center -- possibly as early as Monday -- Michael Lohan told The CBS Early Show that he's expecting to see positive changes from his 24-year-old daughter.
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"She's turned this whole situation around to use this to her advantage and to she has taken the right steps and put the right people back in her life that she had at the best part of her life to really use it as a springboard," said Michael, who added he'd personally caught up with Lindsay Sunday. "When you have the wrong people in your life, it seemed -- and she did have the wrong people in her life -- it didn't seem to work."
Michael said it's imperative for he and Lindsay's mother Dina to put aside their long-running hostility, and present a united front for the sake of their daughter.
"I'll say this now -- I don't want to be held responsible in the future -- if Dina and I can't get on the same page and resolve the differences she believes that we have, it's going to be a never-ending battle for Lindsay.
"She needs that stability in her family," he said. "All my kids need it."