Betty Ford might take away Lindsay’s drugs. Bitch!
Lindsay Lohan might get her drugs taken away in rehab
Even though she has a prescription for it, The Betty Ford Center may take away Lindsay Lohan’s medication for her, ahem, “ADHD” (Adderall, a low-grade amphetamine that’s highly addictive and can help you bust out 15-page papers in college like nobody’s business . . . not that I would know anything about that). Wow, that’s terrible. I’ve never heard of a famous person convincing a shady doctor to give them prescription meds just so they can get high, so you know Lindsay must have a crippling case of this if she needs powerful meds. Right? Prescription drug abuse isn’t a thing that people do, right? From TMZ:
Lindsay Lohan is NOT drug free at The Betty Ford Center. Sources connected with the rehab queen tell TMZ Betty Ford is allowing her to take the powerful drug, Adderall. The reason — she has an Rx and says she’s been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
Lindsay has made it clear over the last month — she would only go to rehab if she’s allowed to take the med. But sources tell us doctors at Betty Ford are currently evaluating Lindsay’s diagnosis and the efficacy of the drug. If doctors disbelieve her diagnosis or the usefulness of Adderall, they will cut her off.
It’s funny how the mind works. Earlier, I saw my inconsiderate neighbor (who’s a terrible lay, btw) have her bulldog take a giant dump on my lawn, which inspired me to get some data on Lindsay’s “sickness.” After an exhausting 30-second search on Wikipedia, I found that: “ADHD management usually involves some combination of medications, BEHAVIOR THERAPY, LIFESTYLE CHANGES, and counseling.” What does it mean, you ask? Well, it means that Lindsay Lohan loves drugs. LiLo doesn’t have an attention deficit problem, she has a spoiled-rotten/zero accountability/addiction to excuse-making problem. Lindsay might want to give a solid effort at Betty Ford because she’ll be on the wrong side of 30 soon, and you know she’s nowhere near hot enough to stay relevant when that happens.