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Thursday, May 31, 2007

Father Claims Lindsay Lohan Addicted To OxyContin / Hillbilly Heroine Blamed For Lindsay Lohan's Troubles

Lohan's dad: Lindsay hooked on OxyContin

LOS ANGELES -- Lindsay Lohan's estranged father says she suffers from multiple addictions, including alcohol and the painkiller OxyContin, the Web site E! Online reported Wednesday.

The 20-year-old actress checked into rehab Monday following a weekend that included crashing her Mercedes, being arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence and being photographed slumped in the passenger seat of a friend's car. This is her second rehab stint this year.

"I spoke to the people treating Lindsay, because I wanted to make sure she was getting the right care," Michael Lohan told E! Online. "And I'm satisfied they are doing the right thing for her, helping her detox from the painkillers and things. That's a very important step."

Was underage Lindsay Lohan served booze?

With Lindsay Lohan making headlines for her car crash in Los Angeles over the Memorial Day weekend, one of Hollywood's worst-kept secrets may be headed under the microscope. Underage movie stars seem to have no problems making the rounds at trendy nightclubs on the SunsetStrip and Hollywood Boulevard, but are they being served alcohol? More to the point, after Lindsay Lohan was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, was Lindsay Lohan served alcohol illegally before her now-infamous car crash?

Hillbilly Heroin
The desire for the high that only opiates can give has turned a prescription painkiller into the illicit drug of choice for many Americans.

Only an addict can describe the euphoria that comes from that first outlaw hit of OxyContin.

Only an addict can describe the sheer torture of trying to quit the narcotic painkiller known as "Hillbilly Heroin."

Jon Riley Hays, M.D., knows about both.

Hays, formerly a family practice physician in the Southern Illinois town of Herrin, first took OxyContin three years ago when a patient turned in a bottle containing some leftover pills.

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