Lindsay Lohan: I Don't Deserve Prison or Rehab

Celebrity News May. 24, 2010 AT 10:01AM
Lindsay Lohan: I Don't Deserve Prison or Rehab Credit: Jeff Vespa/WireImage.com

Lindsay Lohan could face 180 days in jail if a judge finds her in violation of her probation Monday afternoon -- but she says she doesn't understand why.

"I don't see what reason I would go to prison for," the actress, 23, tells Hollywood.TV. "I've been more than compliant with everything having to do with the court system."

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Lohan was sentenced to three-years probation after her second DUI conviction in 2007, and ordered to alcohol-education classes, which she did not complete. She missed a status hearing last week because she claimed her father, Michael, had someone steal her passport while she was partying in Cannes.

"I had no option but to stay there. I immediately was trying to find ways out," Lohan says.

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Of the photo of her apparently posing next to several lines of cocaine, Lohan explains fans pulled her into the room for a photo and she was unaware of the surroundings.  "I wouldn't know what was in the room," she says.  (On Friday, she called the pics a "set up.")

Lohan also says she she should not go to rehab.

"I don't see why I would even have to do that, considering I've been in compliance with everything that occurs when you're in the court system for two DUIs," she says. She slams her father, who has encouraged her to enter rehab: "He clearly isn't sane."

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Lohan, who returned to Los Angeles Saturday night, laments missing her little brother Michael Jr.'s graduation from Ithaca College in New York Sunday. "Upset. It sucks. It's horrible... I'm proud of him and wish I could [have been] there."

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