Lindsay Lohan will still be able to take Adderall if she goes to rehab (or jail)

Here are some photos of your Cracken, Lindsay Lohan, in Brazil over the past five days or so. She’s being paid some crazy amount of money to promote a clothing line called “John John” and of course, I guess she’s being paid to party at some Sao Paulo clubs too. She’s a complete mess, but I guess we’re supposed to think “Oh, she looks like she’s having fun, good for her.” Anyway, would you like your Crack Update? There’s a lot of stuff:

*TMZ says that prosecutors are still trying to figure out what to do about Lindsay’s “lockdown rehab” (which doesn’t exist). They will either put her in regular rehab (where she’ll be able to drink and do crack with few repercussions) or jail. The prosecutors might have to go to the judge again to get him to sign off on whatever.

*But it doesn’t really matter because Lindsay has already made arrangements to continue taking Adderall no matter what. Lindsay has been taking Adderall – meant for AD/HD, which no one knows if she really has – for years, and she’s demanding to be allowed to take it in rehab (or jail, I guess). Incidentally, you’re really not supposed to mix Adderall with alcohol. AT ALL.

*You know how Lindsay crack-heisted a bunch of stuff from the set of Anger Management? Yeah. TMZ claims that “Lindsay decided she was going out clubbing one night, and took a bracelet, a necklace, earrings, pants and shoes from the wardrobe department. Yes, the stuff never came back.” Apparently, Lindsay told producers to “just take the value of the items out of her salary, but… that ABSOLUTELY wasn’t the deal.” And Lindsay was “the biggest prima donna ever on ‘Anger Management.’ She showed up 2 hours late the second day, refused to come out of her trailer for 2 hours, left early to go clubbing and threatened not to return.”

*But of course the Cracken denies all of that. She’s “telling friends” like TMZ that she had a “deal” with producers that she could crack-heist anything she wanted and they could take it out of her salary. She says she took “2 bracelets, a necklace, sunglasses, a pair of shoes, gold earrings, a silk bathrobe, lingerie and tap shorts.” Of course it gets more complicated than that, but I can’t even start – just read the story here.

Photos courtesy of Pacific Coast News.

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  1. aims says:

    The girl is a dumbass!! While most of us, if we were in her situation, would be pissing ourselves about what is in store for us. She has the balls to make demands! That is what makes my head explode. She’s is a moron.

  2. bea says:

    For all her jewel heists, I’ve yet to think any piece of jewelry she’s wearing was particularly amazing. And she always wears too much at one time, imo

  3. HotPockets says:

    This is mean, but she bares a resemblance to a garbage pail kid with all those fillers and bloat going on in her face. I don’t think this girl will ever get the help that she needs, but at the end of the day, it’s her loss.

  4. Jane says:

    One question-Why is she still allowed to make appearances? Are there really that many people out there who would go all out to meet this train wreck?

  5. Chloe says:

    Girl knows how to enjoy her life. I love her shameless attitude. Rules are for losers. You go LiLo!

  6. Meggin says:

    Her hair extensions gross me out, they are way too long and disgusting! Cut those!

  7. dorothy says:

    Why not? Clearly it helps her stay focused on the important things like partying and drinking herself literally, under the table.

  8. truthful says:

    her and her crap, just NEVER stops.

  9. brin says:

    Nobody puts Crackie under the table…except Crackie.

  10. Merritt says:

    Whenever Adderall is mentioned, I think about “Pretty Wild”. Although it is fitting here, since one of them broke into Lindsay’s home.

  11. Quinn says:

    What annoys me most is that she still thinks she’s hot and interesting.

  12. KK says:

    That’s ridiculous.

    Adderall is a pretty hardcore drug. I was only on it for 6 months but by the end of it I was very addicted, taking way more than I needed, exhausted, and completely torbacula. No wonder her hair is thinning and she looks like utter shit!

    The Adderall is likely the reason she’s drinking a lot. You can drink WAY more on Adderall even though it’s terrible for you and when you can’t sleep or have anxiety it’s common to turn to alcohol or benzos to calm down.

    If Lindsay has any shot at getting better she needs to take it seriously and to be off everything for at least 90 days!!! Adderall makes you delusional and cocky as well as kinda stiff. No wonder she can’t act for shit anymore.

    • erin says:

      ITA. Adderall is likely a major source of her addiction problems, it’s a shame that just because it is a doctor-prescribed thing that she will legally be able to kill herself with it. I’m amazed she’s still going after being on it for so many years. I only took it daily for a couple years (for actual ADD, not whatever psychosis she has) and I just about didn’t come back from the experience.

      • KK says:

        I’m not a Dr. Drew fan but I remember seeing a clip where he was doing intake for a chick on his “celebrity” rehab show. She was coming in for a meth addiction and in an utter PANIC when he wouldn’t let her have her Adderall pills in treatment. She said that she had been on ‘em since she was a kid and that if she didn’t have them she would get “in trouble.” Dr. Drew wasn’t buying it and straight up told her that the Adderall WAS the problem.

        It’s not like Lindsay has anything she even needs to focus on! Like really, WTF? She’s an actress. Not a mathematician.

    • Petee says:

      And she drink’s all those energy drink’s on top of it and smoke’s like a chimney.She is spun out of her head.No wonder she never sleep’s and she is erratic as hell.

    • Lulu.T.O. says:

      As someone who has been diagnosed with ADHD (mainly inattentive) through a grueling 3 hour battery of tests, I have to disagree with your statement. I take regular amounts of methylphenidate, and it actually calms me down and allows me to focus. I have never abused it, nor felt any desire to. Lindsay may or may not have ADHD. I don’t think we can ever know that for sure. I’m sorry you had a bad experience, but please don’t make blanket

      • KK says:

        Um, where did I make a blanket statement? I simply shared my personal experience and commented on the use of Lindsay — an admitted addict.

        I’m glad it’s working for you but it’s a FACT that Adderall is an addictive drug and something an ADDICT probably shouldn’t be using if the whole POINT of rehab is to overcome addiction.

      • Amelia says:

        Any drug can be bad for you if you take it without having been prescribed it for a legitimate medical reason.
        I used to have a couple of acquaintances at Uni who thought it was a brilliant idea to take ADHD medication (including Adderall) and modafinil to help them study.
        By the end of the summer exam period, one of the guys who took Adderall was pretty much a different person. Twitchy, irritable; he was a prick before he took it, but afterwards it was like his douchiness had been multiplied to the power of ten.
        I’m not entirely sure where I’m going with this, and I’m sure Adderall does a lot of good for those who have genuinely been prescribed it, but if you take meds that aren’t meant for you, it’s going to come back and bite you in the arse.
        Surely in rehab they’d reevaluate the Cracken? It’s not as if they’d just take her word for it – is it?

      • Lemony says:

        @ Lulu: My husband took Adderall for about 9 months when we were first married for his ADHD. He’d taken Ritalin when he was a teen but he said it never did anything. His behavior was drastically different within about 48hrs of starting Adderall . He said he was able to focus at work all day, was able to organize his surroundings, & he also developed consistent sleep patterns for the first time in his life. I initially enjoyed it too. When I told him “Get off the motorcycle & come in for dinner” he did it. When I told him “It’s getting late, go to bed” he did it. Or “Go clean out your truck, garage, office,” he did it. No arguing, procrastinating, or tardiness. However, his personality became zombie-like. He was just quiet, all of the time. Normally he is a very conversational, funny guy. I started to miss my honey, the real guy I was used to living with. But I felt it was ultimately up to him if he wanted to continue taking it or not. One day he told me that he forgot to take his daily dosage & guess what happened… His cellr rang while he was working & he felt so overwhelmed at the idea of answering the phone that he burst into tears. A 6’2, broad-shouldered, athletic, contracter who owns his own business was CRYING on the job. Of course his employeee thought he’d just received bad news over the phone, I don’t think he ever told him what was really going on. Eventually he decided to go off the med. That was several years ago. Today his ADHD has gotten slightly better as he’s gotten older. What he does today is eat a very clean diet, exercise every day, takes supplements, starts the day with a double espresso (caffeine helps him focus) and takes melatonin before bed. Right now that routine seems to be working well. I imagine we’ll have to adjust again in a few years.
        Sorry for rambling. I’m so happy that the Rx worked for you. I say if you’ve found something that works, keep on it. Adderall continues to be a controversial drug for some patients, but not all. Not everyone responds to a medication that same way.

      • Leen says:

        Hey Lulu!
        My brother has ADD so I understand what you are getting at. With my brother, taking his prescription makes him mellow out and concentrate on his school work etc. He’s a lot more hyper when he doesn’t take anything. From my understanding though, people who don’t have ADD/ADHD who take adderall or Ritalin have the reverse effect. It makes them feel hyper, energetic, etc.
        But these types of medications can be dangerous and I’m sure you know the effects. I’m just baffled how easily accessible it is in the states! Here in Israel, it took us atleast 2 years to get the pills after seeing countless neurologists, doctors, etc. you are monitored with doses, etc as there’s no way you can get your hands on ADD pills here without proving you have ADD!

    • Lulu.T.O. says:

      Statements like “Adderal is bad”. It enables many people to live better lives by alleviating the symptoms of ADHD. People who are untreated for it sometimes abuse alcohol especially, because of the anxiety it causes.

      Sorry for the broken post. My phone freaked out.

      • KK says:

        I never said “Adderall is bad”. You are the one making blanket statements.

        Also: you might wanna try using quotes correctly.

      • Lulu.T.O. says:

        Jeez KK. Defensive a little? Thanks for the grammer points though. I know no one will take my opinion seriously because it wasn’t perfect…

      • Lulu.T.O. says:

        OK, how about I repeat what you actually said. That Adderal makes you delusional and cocky as shit. That is a blanket statement if I ever read one. And completely false. Maybe if you ABUSE it, it does, I don’t know, because I’ve never chosen to abuse it. It’s a perfectly effective and safe medication when taken as prescribed.

      • akua says:

        ITA, I’ve been taking Adderall legitimately for a while now, and never felt the need to abuse, but that’s just me. On the contrary, if I have days where I know I’m not going to do anything really, I won’t take it at all. The only difference is on those days I’m really sleepy, very hungry, and it’s harder for me to concentrate on tasks for long periods of time. I know people do abuse it, but it’s always been hard for me to see the appeal – though I was always on a very low dose as well.

      • Joy says:

        I took it for a while and never had any issues. But I also had a type of ADHD that responded well to it. I don’t have any history drug abuse though and it clearly should NOT be prescribed to anybody who has even a slight history of it. The only reason I changed to a non stimulant is for blood pressure reasons. I don’t know where she’s getting them from but in my state, only a board certified psychiatrist can give it to you. And if you have a history like she does they will flat out deny you. The doctor giving it to her is unethical and moronic.

      • Nudgie says:

        “Drugs are bad….m’kay?
        Adderall is bad…m’kay?
        Hair extensions are bad…m’kay?
        Vodka is GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD…m’kay???”

    • metatrix says:

      I can’t believe that you are blaming Adderall for your own poor choices in life. You chose to abuse your prescription medication. When a doctor prescribes you a med, it is your legal responsibility to take it as prescribed. You chose to break the law, break your doctor’s trust, and abuse your meds. And you won’t even take any responsibility for the consequences. With that attitude, I’m not surprised you became addicted to something.

      • KK says:

        Oh no, I take full responsibility for what happened. I chose to take it, and I chose to ignore the warning signals. I also eventually chose to quit.

        I don’t “blame” Adderall for anything I DID or chose during that time period and, really, I didn’t even DO ANYTHING BAD on the outside. I had perfect grades at the time and held down a job but what nobody could see that it was ruining my mental and physical health.

        I’m sorry you can’t accept that suicidal thoughts and physical health problems correlated with my Adderall use, and I’m sorry you can’t acknowledge that while Adderall may work for some for others it can be very destructive. Doesn’t sound like you understand addiction very well.

    • Sarcasmo says:

      KK et al – Thing is, Linnocent started using Adderall as a weight-loss tool, back when she & SamRo were having their “thin off” competition.

      According to UCLA (the rehab/psycho-therapy stint before the LAST rehab stint), she has “no problems” (or something to that effect), which is why they released her early.

      She’s got to be paying (blowing) a doc for the RX, or she’s getting the drug via some other means.

      • Lulu.T.O. says:

        Yes, I tend to believe that she was properly evaluated at UCLA and found not to suffer from ADHD. I’m really surprised that she has managed to get her hands on another prescription.

      • Izzy says:

        Sarcasmo (love the name BTW), I have a couple of relatives in the industry out in L.A., and believe me when I tell you that Crackie doesn’t need to blow anyone to get the prescription written. (Paying for it may be another story.)

        Some doctors in L.A. – too many, unfortunately – (and New York, though not as many) WANT the high-profile clientele. They write pretty much whatever the patient wants if the patient is a celebrity.

        I know this problem exists elsewhere in the country, but it is magnified in places with a large celebrity culture. My relatives hear about it all the time, and they are able to get prescriptions relatively easily if they wanted to. Thankfully, neither of them has made such a poor choice.

  13. bullpin says:

    She needs tough love. No appearances, no jobs, jail AND rehab for a year, and a bitch slap heard around the world.

  14. Jessica says:

    Yep, if she keeps it up she will not see 30.

  15. Jessica says:

    And she look horrible in the first picture

  16. Yelly says:

    Someone on another site commented that she’s starting to look like Bob Hope in drag. Hilariously accurate, just look at the top photo!!!

  17. Lizzie K says:

    I’m begging you, Kaiser, please stop with the pucker fish shots of this trick!

  18. Elceibeno says:

    I used to feel sympathy for Lindsey, but that feeling is completely gone. It is amazing that anybody would hire for anything. Even pornographic actors have higher standards and behavior than Lindsey Lohan. She only has several years until she is completely forgotten.

  19. lucy2 says:

    Throw her in regular rehab with the condition that if she fails one test or steps foot outside, she’s hauled off to jail instead.

    They should also have an impartial, non-Hollywood doctor re-evaluate her ADD and Adderall needs.

  20. JL says:

    She dictated this condition (adderral) , because she’s in charge! WTF is this bitch thinking?

    They need to send her to a real rehab where THEY dictate the terms. Jail is great because she can just go cold turkey.

    Deportation would be the most excellent choice.

    • Hakura says:

      But deportation would be too harsh a punishment. For the country we sent her to. ¬_¬ Would have to be to a country that isn’t an ally.

      You brought up a point I hadn’t thought about, with the ‘cold turkey’ thing. That could be a major concern that would affect where she’s sent. A lot of addictive drugs like that (not even counting her alcohol & cigarettes) can cause life threatening withdrawal symptoms.

      I’m addicted to a medication that I’ve been on a few years, now. The time I recently ran out before refill date, it caused me to have a seizure. So this is something they have to consider when they choose where to send her.

      • JL says:


        I agree about the withdrawals, however all incarceration facilities have a medical department and are able to transport to the hospital if required.

        From Jail to a hospital psych ward lock-down for mental / medical reasons sounds good to me.

    • Sarcasmo says:

      What I want to know is WTF are those actually IN CHARGE thinking, allowing The Cracken to dictate the conditions of her confinement?

      Is she also getting satin sheets, all the vodka she can drink, and custom toilet seats off of which to snort her Sea Jasper?

      And is her dealer on her “approved visitors” list?

  21. Another Ann says:

    People with ADD/ADHD need Adderall to be able to focus on school or work. Lohan does neither. So what does she need Adderall for? She’s full of crap, as usual.

    Many people with ADD don’t even take Adderall on the weekends. It’s not needed daily like other drugs.

    • metatrix says:

      No. People who actually have adhd, need meds for more than just studying. ADHD affects every facet of your life. I need my meds to drive safely, to do housework, to get ready in the morning, to sit through a 30 minute tv show, and to prevent myself from running around and crashing into things and hurting myself.

      The people who only need meds to study probably don’t have adhd and probably don’t actually need the meds in the first place.

      • Poink517 says:

        I have a milder form of ADD, and when I was in high school and college, I only needed the meds (Ritalin) for studying and schoolwork. Now I need them for work. I didn’t take them on the weekends when I wasn’t doing schoolwork. I’ve been evaluated by psychologists extensively 3 times. However, they are definitely helpful for othe aspects of my life (cleaning, organizing my house and life, etc.). I think it depends on the severity of the ADD.

        I do NOT, however, think Lindsay needs the Adderall legitimately, based on what that UCLA rehab place said.

      • Another Ann says:

        That can be true of more severe ADHD, but like many other conditions, there are degrees of severity. While some may need it every day, many do not. I’ve done much research into it this past year, as my son was diagnosed with ADD. Adderall absolutely helps him in school, but he does not need it to function outside of school. His doctor is the one that suggested just using on the weekdays, as a number of her patients do that.

        I really doubt Lohan has severe ADHD. Severe substance abuse is more like it.

      • Leen says:

        @Metatrix, it depends on the severity of your ADD/ADHD. My brother has it, and he takes Ritalin only for school work/homework. He doesn’t take it on the weekends (nor during the summer when school’s out) unless he’s doing essays or studying for exams.

  22. Stuart Horsely says:

    Gosh, in the third picture down you can see the cocaine in her nostrils, ugh. EWWWW!

  23. Bess says:

    There are photos on another site where you can readily see several bruises on the Cracken’s thighs. Must be a “work” related injury.

  24. Hakura says:

    So, even if our oh-so-capable ‘justice system’ decides on jail…The overcrowding would severely reduce her time spent there (Why the f*ck even bother putting down a # you have no intention of enforcing? Don’t even waste your worthless time).

    The ONLY possible punishment I can see in that is, that even if she was there for 2-3 full days, she’ll be in withdrawal from the Adderall, Alcohol, & cigarettes (on top of whatever else she’s snorting), & it would be hell to go off even *one* of them cold turkey, let alone all at once.

    We can only hope.

  25. Sapphire says:

    Actually, if she ends up at a real (non-Cali) rehab, there’s every chance her Adderall will be cut off. Re-evaluation is part of the protocol and your prescription goodies are not automatically renewed.

  26. Sarcasmo says:

    “She believes she needs it [Adderall] to function.” Like alcoholics believe they need alcohol to function, and drug addicts believe they need their drug of choice to function…sensing a pattern here? And I’d hardly call what she does as “functioning,” would you?

    Craken’s legs, in that under-the-table pic are either extremely bruised or extremely dirty or both!

  27. bluhare says:

    I have no idea as I’ve never taken Adderall, but is it a drug you need to be weaned off or can you just stop taking it?

    And as she’s obviously drinking while taking it, why is her MD still prescribing it? I don’t get it.

    • Jessica says:

      Hi, It depends on the dosage, I have ADD and mine was a low dose.

      There is NO way Lindsay has ADD/ADHD unless she has been certified by a doctor as having ADD/ADHD and it usually shows up in early childhood (usually around the age of 6).

    • KK says:

      I was doing around 40mg/day when I finally made the decision to flush the pills and quit for good. I was in a coma for a couple of days and extremely tired for about 10 days, then it slowly started getting better. Many people step down so that they can keep functioning but be on a path to quitting.

      What I am saying is that it’s not like heroin or benzos where it is dangerous to withdrawl and you get sick. You’re just tired, hungry, and foggy.

    • metatrix says:

      The only two drugs that are actually dangerous to stop cold turkey are benzos and alcohol. Everything else is safe to stop suddenly (but can be unpleasant).

      Even heroin is safe to stop cold turkey.

      • anti-icon says:

        That is in direct opposition to the advice I have been given by three of my own psychologists and also my child’s. All psychotropic medications should be “stepped up” and “stepped down.” Not just “unpleasant” results can occur. Death/suicide may occur.

    • Poink517 says:

      Bluhare, if someone has been on a very high dose for a long time, stopping it suddenly could make the person very tired, depressed, etc. It may not happen to everyone, and maybe not at lower doses. If she’s been abusing it, though, she could have problems.

    • WendyNerd says:

      I switched to a different med, so I was fine changing immediately.

  28. Eleonor says:

    She is an unprofessional drug-addicted brat, everyone knows she steals things, but they continue to hire her. That’s the price for all the free press you get. No complains are allowed.

  29. EscapedConvent says:

    What in blue hell is she doing under that table? Is she laughing or crying? Any parent who could see their child in a condition like this & not do something about it….well, words fail me.

    This looks like a scene from Valley of the Dolls. She’s Neely O’Hara!

  30. Kathryn says:

    In all seriousness, where the fck is Ali Lohan? She’s been in “South Korea” for over a year.

  31. Dorothy says:

    I’m convinced that when’s she not making B- list appearances in foreign countries she’s an escort to wealthy foreign gentlemen.

  32. Jessica says:

    So Lindsay need her Adderall in order to focus on getting clean in Rehab???? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!

  33. andy says:

    Michael Lohan will be on Dr. Drew to discuss this in 3..2..

  34. KellyinSeattle says:

    The pic of her under the table is just so sad. I would feel differently about her if she had one ounce of modesty. I hope she gets better but I kind of doubt it. She’s going to kill herself ; it’s just a matter of time.

  35. logan says:

    She makes Courtney Love, Courtney Stodden and all the Kards look classy.

  36. MacScore says:

    And OF COURSE the clothing line is called “John John.” Blohan clearly didn’t spot the irony.
    Love it. Staying tuned to my favorite site for updates on this train wreck.

  37. HH says:

    Question to anyone that would know: In regards to jail, will Lindsay still be able to get out early? I know that due to overcrowding Cali let’s non-violent offenders out of their sentences, but is there a limit on how many times this can happen? If not, then there should be.

  38. Relli says:

    Can I just say that i am enjoying “delusional” and “most delusional” side by side photos on the front page. Its like looking at child stars photo album of cautionary tales.

  39. janie says:

    Of course she will… Plus vodka to swallow the pills with.

  40. WendyNerd says:

    As a former Adderall user, I can tell you that that stuff is VERY easy to abuse and can do some really crazy shit to your mind and body even if you don’t abuse it. I’ve been taking some manner of ADHD/ADD medication for about twelve years. I started on Ritalin and have taken almost all of the big ADD meds— Ritalin, Strattera, Concerta, Adderall and I am currently on Vyvanse, which is sort of like a junior version of Adderall. It’s an amphetamine, Lisdexamphetamine, but it’s only one type of amphetamine whereas Adderall is actually two types of amphetamine.

    I was never an abuser or an addict, but I came close. Not because I was taking it in any way other than was prescribed but because of the side effects. One common side effect with most ADD/ADHD meds is if you go X amount of days without taking it, when you start taking it again, you experience what I call a “rush period” —heightened energy and alertness, lack of appetite, and higher concentration than normal. It not only gives you a mental rush, but tons of energy. Oftentimes, it’ll keep you up at night.

    Now, keep in mind, when I talk about the “rush period” I don’t mean withdrawal. When you don’t take the meds, the only symptoms you experience sometimes are some sleepiness and increased appetite, but nothing serious or painful. It’s not withdrawal. The “rush period” is something that occurs when you are taking the meds, not when you’re not taking them. It’s very normal and it occurs even when you’ve just started a completely new type of medication.

    Now, on my current meds, if I go over three days without taking my meds and then take them again, I’ll experience this for a day, maybe go a night without sleep (sometimes going a full night, sometimes it just takes a long time to get to sleep so I only get a few hours of sleep) and have a kind of subdued appetite and slightly heightened concentration for a couple days after that that lightens with each day, but nothing serious. Nothing bad or too taxing. I’m still able to eat and everything and it’s nothing too painful or inconvenient. Hardly a problem at all. On the Adderall though, it was a different story.

    On the Adderall, the rush period was Hell and very easily caused. If I went so much as two days without it, when I took it again it triggered a rush period that was total and complete Hell. I would not only go days without sleep, but I’d have seriously anxiety and mood swings and it would trigger certain obsessive compulsive behaviors (in my case, dermatillomania, compulsive skin picking). I would sometimes go five days or more without sleeping or eating, lash out at the slightest thing, and just spend hours doing nothing but typing at my computer. You guys think I write a lot in my comments now— you should see how much I’d write on the Adderall. I’d literally spend hours on end typing away. It would be absolutely miserable for me and those around me. I’ve never taken speed, ecstasy or anything like that (the worst I’ve ever done was smoke weed), but I imagine it can’t be too different from the rush periods I got from the Adderall. So, basically, to avoid the rush period, I had to take it every day and if something happened (like I ran out or lost some and couldn’t get a prescription filled in time), I’d be looking forward to essentially a week of misery. And it would be even worse since without my ADD/ADHD meds, I really am a complete spaz and ADD up the whazzoo.

    After a while, though, I started reading some the crazy shit about it and had my meds changed. Ever since then, I’ve been much better.

    I can also tell you that it would definitely be something someone like Lindsay would want to have. The rush period basically erases your appetite, gives you tons of energy and ups your metabolism like nuts. That’s part of the reason it’s so popular on college campuses. It’s perfect for compulsive partiers like Lindsay and is essentially the perfect socialite drug. It explains how she manages to technically be slim despite all the drinking she does— I’m willing to bet she almost never eats. Basically, it’s the perfect crutch for her. All she would have to do is take it for five days or so, then go two days without it in which to crash/sleep, then take it again for five days, rinse, repeat. As long as she has a doctor who is willing to up her dose periodically, she probably doesn’t even need cocaine anymore. Also, if you stop taking it, you WILL experience a serious weight gain, which also explains her insistence on it. The craziest thing about it is that it takes a long time to build up a tolerance to it. It sounds nuts, but I’m not kidding. I was on Adderall for two and a half years and I never had my dosage upped.

    Another thing is that it also might explain her insistence on driving/clubbing as well. You see, Adderall makes you compulsive about certain behaviors— you just HAVE to do these things, for hours on end, and you can’t stand to see other people do them/take a break. In my case, it was writing and picking at my skin. In her case, I’m willing it’s driving and partying.

  41. Lexi says:

    Someone needs to help her, she has been in trouble for a long time and she needs help

  42. Joanna says:

    I had a neighbor that liked adderall. she would take it for days and not sleep. when she crashed, she told me she would sleep for a couple days. she liked it b/c it gave her energy and she lost weight. i also worked with people who took it when we had corporate restaurant inspections and had to do tons of cleaning. it gave them energy to work the extra hours doing heavy cleaning.

    I think if you need it medically, it has a different effect than if you don’t need it. Has the opposite effect it has on someone with ADHD. but i don’t think lilo need it, she just likes it for the reasons I mentioned above. I think Lilo and her mom are pillheads and prob do valium and loratabs in addition to adderall. cause i think my neighbor used to take a something to help her come down off adderall, i think she might have told me valium.

  43. WendyNerd says:

    This is one fo the worst photos I’ve seen of her. WOW. Her looks are absolutely destroyed. I mean, she looks so bad, so old. I wonder if she realizes how bad she looks. Do you think she sees what we see when she looks in the mirror? Or does she still think she’s gorgeous. Dina look younger. Even if she cleans herself up (HA!), her career will never recover because her looks are just plain GONE. It’s not just the drugs, but the surgery as well. She’s f’ked her face with the fillers as well. What do you guys think she’s had done?

    • Petee says:

      Filler’s for sure.I think she has had lipo to her face or some other place and that is why she has the double chin.If you gain weight after lipo it will come back somewhere else.She does look really bad.

    • Annette says:

      Aside from fillers and botox and maybe a boob job, I really don’t think she’s had anything done. What you are seeing is mostly ill health and the ravages of drugs. She might recover some looks if she cleaned up, or maybe her looks are crapped up for good, like Fergie’s.

      • WendyNerd says:

        She’s been really rough for a number of years now. I think she might be able to recover maybe A LITTLE but she’ll never be able to recover her looks to a degree that would sustain a career in Hollywood. Even with photoshop. I mean, she may be able to get to the point where she’s no longer the creature from the crack lagoon, but she’ll never be “hot” again. She’s gotten to the point where she’s starting to look like Jocelyn Wildenstein. She’s just f’ed with her face and body too much and she can no longer afford good “dentists”, hairdressers and dermatologists for the proper maintenance to save her looks from all the vodka, pills, coke and meth. There would need to be some sort of youth-restoring miracle medical treatment invented for her to return to being anywhere near what she once was. It’s sad because in her “Mean Girls” days she was so pretty… What once was will never be again.

  44. LalaLulu says:

    She should stop with the kissy faces. Sheesh! So annoying.

  45. GossipG says:

    Tweeets that she Preggers??April 1st joke?Is she kidding me?

  46. moi aussi says:

    You ladies are awfully bitter. Don’t you have children? I have two little ones and I give them everything I’ve got. Lindsay had an awful childhood and struggles with drug addiction. How can you all be so cruel?

    you are cruel to a poor young girl struggling with drug addiction and then you are cruel to a poised woman with two lovely children and a nice marriage (Gwyneth).

    I get it. You all like Adele.

    • WendyNerd says:

      Bitter about what?

      Oh, and no, I don’t have children (I’m not even twenty-two yet) but I don’t see what that has to do with anything.

      Oh, and if by “You all like Adele” you’re implying we’re fat….

      Wow. Really original insult there. That’s usually the go-to attack of defensive, superficial morons, just so you know. Insults like that speak more of the insulter’s low intelligence and lack of creativity than the appearance of the people they’re insulting. ESPECIALLY in internet comments when the commenters have no way of knowing what the people they’re insulting look like. Next you’re going to tell me I have no life, am a Nazi, and say something about my mother or something.

  47. moi aussi says:

    I mean, let’s see: WendyNerd, where is YOUR profile pic? Why go anon? And all the rest of you. Come on, post your pics. Let’s see your own dazzling beauty.

    And Metatrix, where is you medical knowledge from? A degree on the back of Us Weekly?

    KellyinSeattle sounds positively GLEEFUL about this girl killing herself (might want to dial it back a bit)

    The venom is absolutely shocking to me.

    • WendyNerd says:


    • WendyNerd says:

      If I was roadkill, I’d still be a thousand times hotter than Lindsay Lohan. Mostly because I don’t pump up my face with fillers and botox and prefer water and juice to Vodka.

      Why are you anon? Just so you know, Dina, your twenty-six year old “little one” looks older than you.

    • Petee says:

      Oh Dina is trolling the comment’s.No I will not post a picture to prove a point but I would think it is safe to say most of us look better then this and I am sure we are a lot older.By the way I have dealt with substance abuse of my own but that does not give you a excuse to behave like this WOMAN does.She is not a child anymore.The stealing and the constant lying is just her rotten personality.I loved when she was on Martha Stewart a few year’s ago and Martha asked her about her being a party girl.Her reply was a raspy giggle and say’s party girl what does that mean?