“Yeah, f*ck it, I screwed up,” the Mean Girls star said, placing the blame on her booze snafu on a new relationship. “The person I was seeing does drink and I had a glass of wine. That was it but I just had so much guilt and it’s okay to admit it."
“Part of sobriety is honesty,” Michael Lohan, Lindsay's 53-year-old father told Radar in an exclusive interview.
“If you can’t be honest you can’t move forward.”
Michael said, “I’m really proud of Lindsay for being honest. Part of addiction is you stumble and as long as you pick yourself up you can move on.”
In another move that shocked viewers, the troubled starlet also severed ties with her life coach, A.J. Johnson, which Michael described as a loss.
“A sober coach is not only important, it is necessary," he said. "Especially when Lindsay has so many negative influences in her life.”
One thing is for certain: Lohan's sobriety journey is likely to continue to take center stage on the show, where she caused havoc with personal assistant Matt Harrell again.