Lindsay Lohan's parents in tug-of-war over her rehab future
The parents of Lindsay Lohan are butting their heads over her rehab future, with her mom insisting for a West Hamptons facility and her dad trying to convince LA prosecutors to approve one near his home in Palm Beach.
Meanwhile, Lohan’s LA prosecutors and her lawyer told the New York Post that there has been no decision on where she will serve her court-mandated 90-day rehab stint.
Santa Monica City Attorney, Terry White, told the publication that they have been given a list of possible locations by the defence and they’re looking into those, but there has been no decision.
Lohan’s lawyer, Mark Jay Heller, who was “horrified” that confidential information may have been leaked by LA law enforcement to fuel an erroneous online report, said that the 26-year-old actress has not made any commitment to any facility.
Sources involved in the case said that Lohan’s camp has reached out to five rehab facilities in Connecticut, Pennsylvania and New York, and that one of the two top contenders is the 90-bed Seafield Center in Westhampton Beach on Long Island.
The actress’ mother, Dina, said that she wants her daughter to be close to her family and make sure that Lohan safe and that there are no paparazzi or moles in that place.
But tugging from the other end of the Eastern Seaboard is Lohan’s dad, Michael, who is pushing for the Lukens Institute in Palm Beach - the place he thinks his daughter is going to get better.