Lindsay Lohan may be doing better these days, but the troubled starlet still has a long way to go on her road to recovery. And it's about to get even harder because she'll be trying to stay clean without the help of her longtime life coach.
The Mean Girls star confessed during an episode of her OWN docuseries, which aired on Sunday, that she has, in fact, broken her sobriety since being released from her court-ordered rehab stint last year.
So what did Lohan do? Apparently, she indulged in a glass of wine shortly after she left rehab.
Although, that's not the worst of it. The 27-year-old actress lied to her life coach A.J. Johnson about breaking her sobriety.
"When we were at dinner the other night, your mom told me that you had been drinking," Johnson said, confronting the starlet during the episode.
The conversation then turned into an emotional argument with Lohan saying she had not been drinking and that she did not want to talk about it on camera — even though her life is currently being documented on film.
"This is something I don't feel comfortable discussing on camera, and I thought you of all people, as my friend, would have told me that in private," Lohan angrily told Johnson.
Upset over her life coach's accusations, Lohan began to ignore Johnson and cut her out of her life completely, including refusing to film any future scenes with her. However, honesty is an important step in remaining sober, and The Canyons star finally decided to come clean.
"Being in recovery and leaving a place where you're in this little bubble and everything is safe around you, it's really hard. I jumped right into a relationship where we weren't on the same page," she explained during the intense episode. "I wasn't considering the fact that the person I was seeing does drink, and I had a glass of wine."
"Yeah. F*** it. I screwed up. I screwed up, and that's OK, but now what can I do so that it doesn't happen again? That's part of the process," she confessed.
But because Lohan decided to lie to her life coach and shut her out, this resulted in Johnson's decision to quit.
"I can't help someone when they're not open to receiving," Johnson confessed on camera. "Sometimes it's better to leave before it gets ugly so if there's a chance later to do the work and come together, then you can. But at this point, it's time for me to go."
After her life coach and friend quit, Lohan told the cameras how she felt about the whole situation.
"I felt like she maybe disrespected me by asking me certain things on camera that were a bit personal," she said.
Let's hope for Lohan's sake that she does not relapse again, especially since she has already been in rehab six times.
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