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Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks Talks Cocaine Addiction, Warns Lindsay Lohan Is Flirting With Disaster By Hanging With A ‘Gang Of Rich Kids’

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Sep. 29 2014, Published 1:29 p.m. ET

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Legendary singer Stevie Nicks sees some disturbing parallels between her cocaine-fueled days hanging with the wrong crowd and the fast life troubled actress Lindsay Lohan is leading.

In a tell-all interview with Billboard, the 66-year-old Fleetwood Mac star opens up about her substance-abuse issues, revealing a doctor warned her she would “have a brain hemorrhage” if she did one more line of coke.

But it was watching a movie in 1985 on drug-addicted silent movie star Mabel Normand, who died at 37 as an indirect result of her drug use, which finally opened her eyes. “The documentary really scared me, because I saw this beautiful girl go downhill so fast,” she notes. “Sometimes you can't see it in yourself, but you sure as heck can see it in someone else.”

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“And suicide was never my MO," continues Nicks. “I'm basically a happy person. I was a happy person back then. I just got addicted to coke, and that was a very bad drug for me.”

Nicks got clean after a rehab stint in Betty Ford, but she now draws a comparison between Normand and 28-year-old Lohan.

“Cocaine was obviously a very bad drug for Mabel too. She had a gang of rich kids, like Lindsay Lohan today,” she says. “That same bunch of girls comes around every 15 years.”

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