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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW: Lindsay Lohan 'Doesn't Want Recovery', Says Nancy Grace

Feb. 24 2011, Published 3:20 p.m. ET

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Lindsay Lohan was scolded by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Keith Schwartz on Wednesday, and in an exclusive video interview with, Swift Justice judge Nancy Grace said if the troubled actress was on her show, "I would have done pretty much exactly the same thing!”

Grace said that "finally, we have a judge in a Lohan case that makes some sense," in an exclusive interview with's Alexis Tereszcuk.

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Known for her tough interviews and rulings, Grace said that Schwartz was kind to Lindsay, but doubted the 24-year-old Mean Girls actress would take his advice and plead out her case in his court.

"I think that if she plays the Hollywood game, she'll wait and not admit guilt because she can't say 'OK, I did it.'

"She'll play the game, but this is not the kind of judge you want to play," Grace said. "He's not playing with her -- if she tries to play this judge, it is going to backfire."

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Grace told Tereszcuk that Lindsay's troubles, and rumors she can't work because of concerns about her life, might work in her favor.

"She doesn't want recovery!  She doesn't want that, just like Charlie Sheen... it may actually end up helping her because it may finally put her on the road to recovery."

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Noting that Lindsay has spent the past months without a job, Grace spoke about all the actress has lost.

"She has thrown so much away! You can't ever be on the Hollywood A-List or new 'It Girl' again -- that's over!  That horse is out of the barn."

Check out the video to see what Swift Justice's Nancy Grace has to say about Lindsay Lohan's latest legal trouble.



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