Despite being able to keep herself out of jail and
trouble big trouble, Lindsay Lohan’s career has not taken off, and there is good reason for this. We already know that Lindsay is a heavy smoker, but now its being said that Lindsay has been drinking between a bottle and a bottle and a half of vodka per day, and cocaine is said to be apart of her intake as well. All this is said to be reported by a source close to Lindsay who has seen it all, and the wreck-less derailment notice was sent to Lindsay’s father, Michael Lohan who has contacted the team of people who work closely with Lindsay, which include, Evan Hainey (Lindsay’s manager) Dave Feldman (entertainment lawyer) and Shawn Holley (criminal defense lawyer).
Upon hearing Michael Lohan hearing of his daughter’s dangerous, turbulent lifestyle, he seeked an intervention and was corresponding with Lindsay’s team of handlers who all agreed an intervention necessary and will take place. But, the first step in the intervention was the worse we have ever seen by a team of professionals. Lindsay’s team thought it would be a good idea to allow her father who she has a turbulent relationship with to lead the intervention. It’s well known that Lindsay never had that stable, reasonable house-hold, and the constant inappropriate actions of her parents lacking responsibility where they are seen to be contributing to their daughter’s behavior with their distorted view on guiding her in life continues to destroy any path for a rebound on any sense of positivity.
The world knows that Lindsay and her father has had a consistent turbulent relationship that often see the two clashing verbally when they are together, so why Lindsay’s team would allow Mr Lohan to be the lauching stone in igniting an intervention just doesn’t make sense. They might have well have sent Amanda Bynes to do an intervention with Lindsay. So anyways, back to Mr Lohan kicking off that intervention with Lindsay, when Lohan arrived at Lindsay’s place, she turned him away and called the police.
What Lindsay’s team was thinking to send her father over to her place to speak to her about a positive outlook on life and kicking her bad-addicted habits to the curb is just mind boggling. You would think that with a team consisting of two lawyers and a manager they would know that a successful intervention or potential successful intervention with Lindsay should have been one kick started by someone who is living a positive life and who Lindsay highly respects.