Dina Lohan believes that her troubled daughter will rebuild her life and career, saying 'I don't have a crystal ball. I'm not going to go down that road. I don't foresee (her dying young).'
Lindsay Lohan's mother is convinced the actress will get her life back on track after completing her stint in rehab, insisting she "doesn't foresee" the troubled star suffering an untimely death. The "Mean Girls" star's wild ways landed her in jail this summer when she was sentenced to 90 days for violating probation stemming from her 2007 DUI arrest.
She served just 13 days behind bars and was subsequently admitted to a rehabilitation center in California to complete a court-ordered 90-day treatment program for her alleged prescription drug addiction. But Dina Lohan insists the 24-year-old star is working on rebuilding her life and career and will find success again as long as the paparazzi back off her daughter.
In an interview on U.S. TV's "TODAY" show, which aired on Friday, August 13, she said, "I don't have a crystal ball. I'm not going to go down that road. I don't foresee (her dying young). I put her in rehab in 2007."
"She's 24 now, she's grown up considerably. She's living in a town where, you know... her life is very magnified... It's been very difficult with the tabloids. She can't even go to Starbucks without somebody following her."
During the candid chat, Lohan also revealed Lindsay would be moving back to her native New York upon her release from rehab to escape the pressures of Hollywood.