LiLo's father wants rehab transfer

By admin
27 May 2013

Lindsay Lohan's father, Michael, wants her to be transferred from the Betty Ford Centre to The Lukens Institute in Florida because he believes its treatment programme is better.

Lindsay Lohan's father wants her to be transferred to a rehab facility in Florida.

Michael Lohan thinks the 26-year-old Scary Movie 5 actress ? who’s more than three weeks into her 90 days of court-ordered treatment ? is wasting her time at the Betty Ford clinic in Rancho Mirage, California, because she’s already completed the same 12-step programme twice before and it failed.

He told gossip website TMZ.com after touching down at Los Angeles International Airport from New York on Saturday, "I want to take care of some things with the court and get her transferred. She's at Betty Ford [Centre]; I think it's only going to be temporary with regard to recovery, but if she goes to The Lukens Institute, where I want her to go, it's going to be permanent and I'll stake everything on it. I know she'll get better if she goes there."

Asked if he thinks Lindsay needs to leave Betty Ford Centre as soon as possible, he added, "Absolutely or she'll [have] repeat[ed] the same programme three times in a row. It's a 12-step programme, and at least at Lukens it's extended care and it's one on one. It's a very, very high level of treatment."

Michael admitted there are some comparisons between his daughter and troubled starlet Amanda Bynes, who was charged with attempted evidence tampering, reckless endangerment and marijuana possession in court last week.

And he warned her concerned parents, Lynn and Rick, he believes she’d benefit more from going to rehab instead of a psychiatric hospital.

He said, "Anyone with an addiction is not doing well. I'm happy that Lindsay's in treatment; I really think that Amanda should be. The fact that her parents want her in a mental hospital, I don't really think that's a good idea. I believe she needs treatment too but she needs trauma therapy. There is something that her addiction is based on; there is something that is making her use and I don't know what that is. A specialist can do that but I don't think she is going to find that in a psychiatric hospital. There is no way.

"I pray for Amanda's family. I am very proud of Lindsay and I'm happy the way the whole family has surrounded for her."

-Bang Showbiz

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