The embattled parents have made amends by holding a meeting to discuss Lindsay and her ongoing custody support disagreement.
Lindsay Lohan's embattled parents Michael Lohan and Dina Lohan have made amends by holding a meeting to discuss their troubled daughter. The former couple has been at loggerheads ever since Dina took Michael to court in 2009, accusing him of failing to keep up with his child support payments.
In recent months, Michael has been calling for Lindsay to be sent to rehab to overcome an alleged painkiller addiction and he has been demanding a meeting with Dina to discuss their troubled family situation. The pair has now met up, along with their attorneys, just days after their eldest daughter was confined to California and ordered to wear an alcohol-monitoring ankle bracelet in a probation hearing on Monday, May 24, stemming from a 2007 arrest.
Lohan's parents met to discuss their family drama and the ongoing custody support disagreement, according to Michael. He says, "Everything is fine. Dina and I are finally on the same page and there are 15 pages to prove it. We're going to court to tell the judge that we worked this out on our own. I know that I made the wrong decisions by holding money over Dina, which in the long run actually hurt my children."
"For this I am sorry. After court on June 3, from a united front, Dina and I will give a statement and I will be happy to discuss how my decision and course of action have changed. I want to thank Dina very much and I look forward to moving in a very positive direction."