Lindsay Lohan's docu-series, Lindsay, may not be much of a documentary after all. Lohan, 27, stopped by The Late Show this week to discuss her OWN program with David Letterman, hinting at embellishments that were made during the editing process.
"It's edited very differently," Lohan said. "I saw part of [this week's episode] and some things were said that actually didn't occur and it's taken out of context a bit."
Lohan, however, doesn't fault the Oprah Winfrey Network for the creative decisions. "That creates the drama and the spectacle and that's ratings so I get it," the Mean Girls actress said. "I don't have control of the editing. I am producer but I don't have control of that aspect of it."
"It's pretty raw," Lohan continued. "It's just me kind of sorting out life again and figuring things out. [I'm] taking new steps and living sober-minded. It's a process."
After being interviewed by Oprah Winfrey last summer, Lohan has maintained a close relationship with the media maven. "I speak to her almost every day, and she's just.. she's been so amazing to me," she told Ellen DeGeneres last month. "Just, you know, for everything, even before the show was coming out."
The show debuted on Oprah's television network in March, captivating viewers with a behind-the-scenes look at the controversial star's life after rehab.
Watch Lohan's conversation with Letterman, in which she also discusses her scrambled egg-making skills and affinity for karaoke, above.