Wow! At least it made for a dramatic reunion episode of RHOA!
Shortly after turning herself in, Porsha was released on a $2K bond.
[Image via Fulton County Police.]
Lannister Lohan always pays his debts gets what they want…
So WHY did Lilo settle on Morningside instead of jetting off to her rehab of choice AKA the Lukens Institute located in Florida?
In an exclusive new email written by Lindsay's Daddy Dearest Michael Lohan, the Lohan patriarch claims Lindsay's lawyer Mark Heller pushed Lilo into agreeing on Morningside by claiming it had already been judge approved, and that she'd be arrested if she didn't go!
"Lindsay had no idea that Morningside wasn't approved, and for GOoD reason. Just google them and you will see why! Heller lied to her. He made her believe Morningside was approved. When in fact he cut a deal with them and that's why he raced out to California to go to court to try to change things. It was approved he would have just called from New York and told them which rehab he wanted her to go to.
Its not her fault. This poor kid was a mess before she left because she didn't want to go there. Heller and Dina eere pulling her in one direction
(THE WRONG ONE… Morningside) and I was trying to pull her in the right direction .. (The Lukens Institute) Heller told her if she didn't go she would be arrested. I have her text messages saying so.
Hopefully now, the court will sanction Heller,especially since he got away with the Gavin Doyle situation, when he told Gavin to lie to the court.
Hopefully he will get what he has coming to him and Lindsay will get put in. The Lukens Institute where she wanted to go all along. A place she will get the right treatment and finally get better."
Ugh what a NASTY, legal mess!
But even though the judge apparently deemed the Newport Beach, CA rehab facility as an acceptable place for Lindz to stay (at least until more investigation proves otherwise), it seems Lilo may get her (and her father's) wish after all because Morningside reportedly has lost its license.
And we're pretttttty sure you can't claim to be a patient treatment facility without an operating license…
At least we'd HOPE that to be the case!
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