Professionals Rule Lilo Good-Crazy, Not Crazy-Crazy
There are girls that are wild, like to party, and are total foxes in the bedroom. Good-crazy. Then there the ones that call you to pick them up at 4am on Skid Row. You catch them making out with a homeless man and they don’t remember how they got there. Crazy-crazy. Doctors at UCLA are saying [lastfm]Lindsay Lohan [/lastfm] is not an addict, not bipolar, and does not have ADHD. She is just addicted to being hot, young, and awesome!
None of [lastfm]Lindsay Lohan[/lastfm]’s friends can raid her medicine cabinet for Dilaudid, Ambien, Adderall, Zoloft, Trazodone or Nexium anymore. The sexy starlet is said to be completely weened off her prescription drugs and has had no withdrawal symptoms to alcohol. In simple terms: she is not an addict.
Was Judge Marsha Revel too harsh with Lohan because she wanted to make her into a celebrity example? We don’t know but we think it’s curious that Judge Revel chose a recovery center for Lilo that diagnosed her as bipolar. Now expert doctors at UCLA say she is not bipolar and has never had ADHD.
What does that mean? [lastfm]Lindsay Lohan[/lastfm] was taking medications that were completely wrong for her brain chemistry and could have been “making” her crazy. Sources say that if she is suffering from something she has a very common personality disorder that is probably a result of growing up without stability in her life and her family.
Umm, duh. We could have told them that. How many thousands of dollars have been wasted for doctors to use their common sense?
In a way, [lastfm]Lindsay Lohan[/lastfm]’s 2004 pop hit, “Rumors,” was totally prophetic.
I’m tired of rumors starting/I’m sick of being followed/I’m tired of people lying
Saying what they want about me/Why can’t they back up off me/
Why can’t they let me live/I’m gonna do it my way/Take this for just what it is
You tell them, Lindsay.