Lindsay Lohan Reveals Miscarriage in 'Lindsay' Finale

Celebrity News Apr. 23, 2014 AT 2:20PM
Lindsay Lohan On the season finale of her OWN docuseries, Lindsay Lohan revealed that she suffered a miscarriage while filming. Credit: Charles Sykes/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank

Lindsay Lohan's reality series seemed like more of the same — chronic lateness, high-maintenance behavior — but as we learned on Sunday's finale, there was more going on behind the scenes.

In the final moments of Sunday's two-hour finale, the 27-year-old revealed that she suffered a miscarriage while filming the OWN docuseries.

"No one knows this, and we can finish after this, I had a miscarriage for the two weeks that I took off," the drama plagued former child star said.

After pausing, she added, "It's a very long story," offering no details as to identity of the father or how far along in her pregnancy she was.

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The star referenced a previous episode when she wouldn't let the production crew up to her Manhattan apartment to shoot, leaving them standing on the street below for hours before a negotiation was finally made.

"On the show when it says, 'She doesn't want to come down. She doesn't want to come down,' I couldn't move. I was sick. And mentally that messes with you," she said.

Meanwhile, Lohan drops several bombshells in an interview that hit the Web Monday via the relaunched Kode Magazine: that she is dating a married man and is no longer sober.

"Oh, this guy I'm seeing sent me a jet because he wants to see me," Lohan is quoted as saying, "but he's married with kids."

The writer then notes: "The next thing I know her beau rings and her heart begins to flutter as what could only be described as love or infatuation takes over."

Perhaps one reason why Lohan was feeling so chatty? According to the interviewer, she drank vodka during their sit down.

"When speaking of Oprah, Lohan has nothing but glowing qualms of the talk show queen 'She's taught me so much and really believes in me, nothing like Barbara Walters,' she confesses as she takes a sip from her freshly topped off glass of vodka on the rocks," reads an excerpt. "From this moment, all questions of sobriety seem irrelevant.”

Later, the writer of the article says, "The last time I saw Lindsay would be as she made her way into the second day of the Coachella festival with a vodka filled Evian bottle."

Lohan's rep claims the Kode interview was fabricated, while the magazine stands by their story.

This news followed another big headline — her list of alleged sex partners, including Justin Timberlake, Orlando Bloom, and James Franco, which was leaked to a tabloid earlier this year. As she previously touched on while appearing on "Watch What Happens: Live," the list was part of her treatment at the Betty Ford Center. She spoke more about it during Sunday's finale.

"It's step No 5 or step No. 8," Lohan said, referencing the 12 steps followed by Alcoholics Anonymous. "It's your sexual inventory. … You write that for your sponsor."

She went on to explain how she thought it ended up in a tabloid. While moving out of the Beverly Hills Hotel before returning to New York, someone who assisted in the move found it, photographed it, and sold it to In Touch magazine. She wouldn't identify the person in her inner circle who betrayed her.

"Pretty sure I know who it is, unfortunately. They're not a part of my life at all anymore. They might be on the show at some point, but they're not [in my life]," she said.

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And she said she felt bad for the men — many of them famous — who were named in the list.

"I don't care about me in that situation. I care about the people that are involved with other people because it's really unfortunate and disrespectful," she said. "The fact that that happened was not only humiliating, but just mean. It was mean-spirited for someone to do that. That is a desperate human being and I hope they find some peace. Because anyone that's willing to do that to someone else is really f--ked up in the head. And I don't want that in my life."

Despite the drama, in her final parting words, Lohan said she felt her revelations on the show made her more relatable.

"Watching this series, I just know how I felt at that moment and I can relate to that girl, which sounds kind of crazy. But I'm like, 'Oh my god, this is really sad. Who's helping her?'" she said.

And she noted things in her life aren't perfect, as viewers saw first hand.

"Even if it's not my intention to lose everything I've worked for, that's what my addiction will do to me… It's a really f--ked up disease, and it's really scary. Because there are drugs people have said that I've done that I've never touched."

As for what she took away from the experience, "The biggest thing I learned from this experience and doing this show is my work ethic is different. I have that fire back in me."

And that marked the end of Lohan's reality TV experience. The show will not be back for a second season. But she will be returning to the big screen. After making a recent guest appearance on "2 Broke Girls," Lindsay's gearing up for the movie "Inconceivable," which will film in June.

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