Lindsay Lohan was her own worst critic on her birthday during an Internet session allowed from her rehab facility.
Lindsay Lohan turned 27 on Tuesday and exchanged messages with fans on Twitter, including one who asked for a tweet by mentioning Lindsay’s widely panned 2007 psychological horror I Know Who Killed Me.
Ashly wrote: “@lindsaylohan can you tweet me I seriously watched I know who killed me twice last night.”
Lindsay Lohan responded: “two times too many!”
Lindsay Lohan panned her 2007 horror movie I Know Who Killed Me during birthday Twitter session from rehab
The star portrayed twins I Know Who Killed Me for the second time since 1998’s remake of The Parent Trap.
Lindsay Lohan in the film portrays a pianist and aspiring writer named Aubrey Fleming and a stripper named Dakota Moss.
There’s a kidnapping, pole dancing, a case of mistaken identity and an eventual reunion for the long lost twins.
Lindsay Lohan was denied a request to have a low key party at her rehab facility with family and friends.
Her lawyer Shawn Holley drove out to the recovery centre to keep her client company.
Lindsay Lohan has been in an addiction treatment program at Cliffside Malibu after transferring from the Betty Ford Clinic last month.
She was ordered to serve 90 days in rehab in lieu of jail time earlier this year after being found guilty of lying to the police about a car crash which occurred last summer.
Lindsay Lohan claimed she wasn’t driving during the incident, but authorities determined she was indeed behind the wheel.
Lindsay Lohan finally checked into the Betty Ford Center rehab facility on Thursday night, narrowly avoiding an arrest warrant after failing to enter her court-approved facility earlier that day.
Lindsay Lohan’s entry into the Rancho Mirage, California clinic comes after she is said to have rehired her previous lawyer Shawn Holley, who negotiated with Santa Monica City Attorney Terry White to approve the Betty Ford Center as an acceptable rehab alternative.
Lindsay Lohan finally checked into the Betty Ford Center rehab facility on Thursday night, narrowly avoiding an arrest warrant
The troubled actress was scheduled to start rehab on Thursday morning to begin her 90 days of court-ordered treatment.
But she is reported to been “spooked” by the amount of paparazzi waiting outside the Morningside Recovery in Newport Beach, and refused to check into the facility.
Lindsay Lohan, 26, was said to have then “begged” Shawn Holley to return as her lawyer after prosecutors said they would seek an arrest warrant if the star was not back in rehab by sunrise on Friday, reported TMZ.
The actress was allegedly unimpressed with the way lawyer Mark Heller had handled her case, and spent the better part of Thursday convincing Shawn Holley to return after she sensationally fired her last year.
“Lindsay cannot stand [Mark Heller] and thinks he doesn’t know what he is doing,” a source told RadarOnline.com.
“So late Thursday, from hiding, she began calling and emailing Shawn incessantly.
“Shawn has always had a soft spot for Lindsay, even after everything she has pulled. She hates to see her suffering,” added the source.
Shawn Holley was able to broker a last minute deal with the D.A. to approve the Betty Ford Center, where Lindsay Lohan famously fought with staffer during another rehab stay in 2010.
Lindsay Lohan’s father Michael confirmed that she had finally entered a facility, although he didn’t confirm which one.
“I can’t say where she is. She did check into a rehab. I’m really happy she’s in a rehab,” Michael Lohan told The New York Post on Friday.
Michael Lohan said Lindsay sent him a text message on Thursday night to say she was in rehab, but that she would rather be at a more upmarket facility.
“Yes, daddy I’m OK, just annoyed by this happening,” he said she wrote.
“I really want to go to treatment and, of course, something has to go wrong…I want to go to Hawaii or Antigua.”
The news comes after Lindsay Lohan decided not to enter her court-ordered rehab treatment on Thursday morning.
“She felt Morningside was not suitable for her,” a source told Us Weekly about her decision to leave.
“There were too many paparazzi everywhere and she didn’t feel safe.”
RadarOnline, however, reported that Lindsay Lohan did in fact walk through the doors of the facility, but left just a few minutes later.
“She told people there that she didn’t need rehab,” a source told Radar.
“And then she left. Everyone was stunned.”
Michael Lohan also confirmed to Radar that his daughter never checked in.
Lindsay Lohan was spotted at a Fry’s Electronics store in Fountain Valley at 8.45 a.m., while at the same time her lawyer was in court asserting she had already checked into rehab.
Lindsay Lohan was just arriving in California to enter the rehab when she changed her mind about checking in to a treatment facility at the last possible moment.
Lindsay Lohan, 26, was scheduled to enter rehab on Thursday morning to begin her 90 days of court-ordered treatment.
The actress is reported to have never checked into Morningside Recovery in Newport Beach, and is said to have wanted to return to New York, but never caught a flight out.
Law enforcement sources now tell TMZ that prosecutors will seek an arrest warrant for Lindsay Lohan if she’s not back in rehab by sunrise.
Lindsay Lohan’s whereabouts are not currently known.
A source told Radar that Lindsay Lohan has apparently been saying for the past six hours that she is ”going to return to the rehab facility but she hasn’t yet”.
“She felt Morningside was not suitable for her,” another source told Us Weekly about Lindsay Lohan’s decision to leave.
“There were too many paparazzi everywhere and she didn’t feel safe. Nobody close to her is happy about this. They think she’s really not being smart.”
The star allegedly got “spooked” by the paparazzi and insisted on being taken back to the airport.
“She was saying, <<I’m not going to rehab. I’m not going to rehab. Take me back to the airport>>,” a source told The New York Daily News.
Lindsay Lohan’s decision to leave rehab came while her lawyer Mark Heller was in court telling a judge that she had entered the facility at 8.45 a.m.
Lindsay Lohan’s SUV arrived at the California facility but the vehicle left with the actress still inside, according to TMZ.
The website alleges that Lindsay Lohan was spotted at a Fry’s Electronics store in Fountain Valley at 9 a.m., while at the same time her lawyer was in court asserting she had already checked into rehab.
Lindsay Lohan is reported to have never checked into Morningside Recovery in Newport Beach, and is said to have wanted to return to New York, but never caught a flight out
RadarOnline, however, reports that Lindsay Lohan did in fact walk through the doors of the facility, but left a few minutes after.
“She told people there that she didn’t need rehab,” a source told Radar.
“And then she left. Everyone was stunned.”
Lindsay Lohan’s father Michael also confirmed to Radar that his daughter never checked in.
“I have no other choice than to get this out there to help Lindsay,” he said.
Michael Lohan appears to have put Lindsay off spending her court ordered 90 days at Seaford.
“I told her it’s like a motel, and you share a room and have a plastic shower curtain. You can’t smoke, you can’t leave the property. She said, <<What?!>>” he told The New York Daily News.
Lindsay Lohan’s failure to check in to the facility is likely a violation of her recent plea deal. According to the newspaper, she was on her way to the airport to board a flight for New York.
“If there’s credible confirmation she’s heading back to New York, then I’m going to have to go in and ask the court to issue a warrant,” Santa Monica City Attorney Terry White told the paper.
“If that’s the case I have been told that she will be arrested in New York and her bail will be set at $100,000,” Michael Lohan told Radar.
Michael Lohan told the Daily News he spoke to Lindsay before the flight, pleading with her not to get on it.
“She said, <<Daddy, how can they arrest me?>> I got her just before she left,” her father said.
Adding to the confusion, Lindsay Lohan wasn’t even meant to be at Morningside.
Instead she was due to spend her stint at the New York based Seafield Centre after pleading no contest to charges of lying to police about driving during a car crash last June.
Lindsay Lohan switched facilities after apparently deciding she didn’t want to attend Seafield because it banned smoking.
At the exact time the troubled actress was said to be wandering around the electronics store, her lawyer Mark Heller was in court pleading to get the okay from the judge that Morningside would suffice.
Going to a different centre unapproved by the court technically broke her plea agreement, meaning her attorney was required to appear before a judge.
Mark Heller was attempting to convince Judge James R. Dabney to approve of the switch.
He argued that as Lindsay Lohan has already entered and is “ensconced” in the program, it could effect her recovery should she have to move facilities.
“She’s going to be meeting with a psychiatrist later today,” Mark Heller explained yesterday, reinforcing that the star is “commencing immediate treatment”.
The news comes amid claims that the Morningside centre in fact does not even have a license to offer residential treatment as it was revoked in May 2012.
According to TMZ, Morningside had their license suspended after they were found to be careless with prescription drugs and went beyond the constraints of the license.
The Deputy Director of Licensing and Certificates at the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs told the website: “Morningside cannot give any treatment, as the rehab centre is allegedly only allowed to provide a sober living facility.”
But Morningside Recovery released a statement on Thursday claiming the facility does in fact have a license to provide drug and alcohol treatment.
The facility’s CEO Mary Helen Beatificato said the 2011 revocation of Morningside’s license only hinders the centre’s ability to provide detox services to residents.
The judge however didn’t seem to have too many qualms about the switch to that particular facility, despite the fact that it was not on a list of six centres approved by the court.
“It does appear to comply,” Judge James R. Dabney said, adding that the prosecution had eight days to decide whether or not they will agree with the centre being approved.
“I don’t have any problems with Miss Lohan remaining in this program until the issue is resolved,” he said.
“If we decide the program does not meet the requirements of the plea agreement then she will have to move to a different program.”
The judge explained: “The issue is going to be whether or not we need to set a hearing because the people are complaining [the centre] does not fit the parameters.”
Mark Heller and Terry White of the prosecution will reconvene in front of the judge on May 10, at which point it will be determined whether or not they will set a date for a restitution hearing.
Lindsay Lohan’s lawyer said he has faith that Morningside will be approved, even though White claimed he had three separate news articles which showed the facility in a bad light.
“If [White] says he’s satisfied then I don’t think we have to come back,” Mark Heller said.
He added: “I’m 100% sure he will be satisfied.”
The attorney then claimed that he will “make sure [Lindsay Lohan] stays in therapy”, and had called in the COO of Morningside in the hope that she could win over Terry White.
The judge later stated that Lindsay Lohan will not have to appear in court as the case continues “as long as she is in compliance”.
In addition, none of Lindsay Lohan’s progress reports are to be released to the public aside from “proof of completion” at the end of her stay.
Terminator 3 star Nick Stahl went missing back in May before entering a rehabilitation facility to address drug and alcohol addiction.
And it seems that Nick Stahl has once again vanished after checking himself out.
Nick Stahl, 32, who played John Conner in the 2003 action hit, has reportedly left rehab, “against doctors advice” according to E! News.
According to the website, Nick Stahl left the facility a week ago and now his loved ones, including his estranged wife Rose Murphy Stahl, have no idea where he is.
“He’s been missing for four days,” Rose Murphy told E! News.
“But I don’t want to comment any further.”
Nick Stahl checked himself out of the undisclosed rehab facility last weekend, then reportedly went to stay with a friend.
He was later spotted in downtown Los Angeles, where he has often been seen in the notorious Skid Row area.
Following the sighting, Nick Stahl apparently returned to the friend’s home, however he has not been seen since leaving the property last Thursday night.
Nick Stahl went missing after checking himself out from a rehabilitation facility
Once again Nick Stahl has left friends and family members panicked by not telling anyone of his whereabouts and a full search party has ensued.
“Now he’s disappeared. We can’t find him anywhere. He has not made contact with anyone. We are all just desperately looking for him,” a source told E! News.
“Everyone just wants him to come home. It’s a terrible situation. We are searching, but we’ve had no solid leads.”
The disappearing act comes after the star left his wife Rose and loved ones frantic when he first went missing in early May.
He later then reportedly told his wife he has checked into rehab as well as emailing his friends to tell them he was alive.
At the time Rose Murphy Stahl told TMZ she had spoken to the actor – very briefly – and he told her he checked into rehab.
She said she checked with the facility to make sure he was still there and they confirmed that he was.
Nick Stahl’s wife also told the website that she wasn’t considering divorce and was just relieved that she could tell the couple’s two-year-old daughter Marlo that her “daddy is safe”.
She also said she intended to visit her husband in rehab for however long he needed to stay.
Nick Stahl had apologized for the raising fears about his safety, and pledged to stick out a period in rehab to get his drug and alcohol issues under control.
According to TMZ, his friends and family were hopeful he would live up to his word, though at the time they were skeptical.
Nick Stahl and Rose Murphy are currently estranged.
In February she attended court to seek a ban against the actor seeing their daughter Marlo if he failed a drug test.
In May, when Nick Stahl went missing, she spoke out in the media voicing her fears that he was dead.
She said she feared he may have lost his battle with substance abuse and overdosed.
Rose Murphy Stahl told People magazine: “He could have overdosed, that’s one thought.
“And I’m wondering if there will be a body recovered.”
Rose Murphy Stahl first reported her husband as a missing person on May 14, and it came after the pair suffered a number of domestic problems.
In court documents she claimed Nick Stahl was abusing drugs and said she was afraid for their daughter’s safety.
She demanded that his visitation with Marlo be limited to just 8 hours a week and that all visits be supervised.
She also wanted Nick Stahl to prove he wasn’t abusing drugs around their child, asking that he present “proof of a negative result for a test for drugs and alcohol within the 24 hours prior to his scheduled visitation time”.
She claimed they both were happy to file the legal paperwork in early February to motivate him to get better, and he had been living away with a male friend since that time.
Rose, full name Roseann, also said she does not consider the two of them separated or estranged.
She said: “That was an adult, loving decision that we made to try to inspire his recovery and maybe even scare him away from relapse.”
Sources said Nick Stahl had been frequenting Los Angeles’s notorious Skid Row area.
Before he took on the task of becoming John Connor in 2003’s Terminator sequel, Nick Stahl appeared in The Man Without A Face with Mel Gibson, Disturbing Behavior, and The Thin Red Line, which was nominated for Best Picture by the Academy Awards.
Nick Stahl also appeared in the short-lived HBO cult hit series Carnivale.
The actor was arrested earlier this year on charges that he did not pay a taxi driver, after he allegedly could not cough up an $84 fare.
Nick Stahl spent an entire day in jail following his crime, so his $50 fine was suspended.