2ltrs a vodka a day drinker LiLo insists she doesn't need rehab

ANI
ANI3 December 2012

London, December 3 (ANI): Lindsay Lohan, who made headlines after it emerged that she is allegedly sinking two bottles of vodka a day, is apparently refusing even though she has been charged with misdemeanour assault after allegedly hitting a woman in a Manhattan night club.

According to TMZ, close friends of the 26-year-old actress are urging her to check into a treatment facility before she has appear in court as it could curry favour with the judge.

However, Lohan has emphatically told them she does not have an alcohol problem and has used the fact that she has recently completed three movies as proof.

Additionally, though Lohan is "worried" about the upcoming hearing she still refuses to go to rehab to avoid jail time.

This comes just a few days after her father Michael Lohan apparently implored her to check into the Betty Ford clinic.

"I just want her to go into rehab. I love her and I just want her to get the help she needs," the Daily Mail quoted him as telling HollyScoop.com.

TMZ also reported that Lohan is actually drinking all day at the moment and the night of the alleged attack she was "hammered", and that sources claim the 'Mean Girls' actress gets violent when she's drunk.

According to reports, Lohan allegedly punched a woman called Tiffany Ava Mitchell in the face at Avenue club after the Justin Bieber concert because they were fighting over Max George from boy band The Wanted. (ANI)

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