Lindsay Lohan invited a drug dealer to visit her in rehab, RadarOnline reported Thursday.
The actress entered the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, Calif. on May 3 as part of her 90 day court ordered rehab. However, the site alleged that Lohan wanted to extend an invitation to a man who is known to be her drug dealer. This man was also described as a bad influence on the Mean Girls star.
"Lindsay advised Betty Ford that she wanted to invite a male friend, whom it's known she partied with for years and had provided drugs to her, including cocaine," the source said.
The officials at Betty Ford denied the request by Lohan. They also banned the drug dealer from even being allowed onto the premises for any reason. Lohan was advised to cut off contact with this individual once she leaves treatment, but may not follow through with the recommendation. A source told the site that Lohan felt she was being treated differently because she was a celebrity and the rehab center wanted to make an example out of her.
"She hates being there and is counting the days until she will be released," the source said.
Before Lohan entered rehab, she told Piers Morgan that the decision to send her into treatment was a forced one. The Georgia Rules star felt she was simply killing time in rehab. She even denied even having an addiction to the journalist in the interview that was published May 5.
"I think my two DUIs were totally irresponsible - a stupid mistake... Everyone thinks I'm this crazy drug addict who shows up late to everything and behaves so badly. But I'm not," Lohan said.
Despite her insistence that she has no problems with alcohol or drugs, Lohan has been ordered to rehab six times. Lohan shared with Morgan that her time could be better served being involved in some form of philanthropy. Lohan felt she could have benefited from doing good deeds and been a help to others.
"The best thing they could do for me would be to make me go abroad to different countries and work with children," she said.