We're sorry to hear this, Lindsay…but at least you didn't get jail time???
Looks like the probation report was an influence in Judge Elden Fox's decision to send Lindsay back to rehab, instead of jail.
Here's an excerpt from the probation report:
“The defendant was motivated to look at some of the problems in her life, however, there was some denial regarding her drug addiction. He feels that the longer the defendant is at the Betty Ford Center the better."
More from the report:
“After the positive drug test with the probation department, Mr. Richman indicates the defendant finally began to talk about feeling powerless and about being an addict. He states the defendant needs ongoing treatment and has a lot of growing up to do."
"She indicates that she cannot afford to continue to pay for the treatment program and she needs to work. The defendant stated her clothing line is falling apart because she is not available to monitor the product."
According to the report, Lindsay is in a group geared towards self-esteem improvement, as well as group therapy and AA meetings.
All right, Lindsay, so things aren't great, but try to stay positive. We have our suspicions that you'll figure out a way to pay for your treatment.
Other than that, at least you're getting therapy, you're not in jail, and you're getting the treatment that you desperately need.
Keep your chin up, bb! Instead of focusing on the negative, take actions to improve your situation. Think about it.
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