Lohan admits she 'needs help' to deal with personal issues

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LINDSAY Lohan has allegedly admitted she needs professional help.

The troubled actress - who is facing a possible eight months in jail after her probation was revoked last week because she lied about being behind the wheel during a car crash in June - has reportedly told friends that she knows her life has spun out of control again and believes professional therapy will help her get her life back on track.

A source close to the "inconsolable" 26-year-old actress - who attempted to overhaul her life and reignite her career after completing the terms of her last court ordered sentence for jewellery theft in March - told gossip website that Lindsay has been repeatedly calling her lawyer Shawn Holley in tears in recent days and has admitted she has hit rock bottom again.

But the 'Liz & Dick' star is said to still believe her bad group of friends are to blame for her constant legal troubles and have led to her run-ins with "opportunists" seeking to provoke her and profit from it.

Lindsay is also still adamant she doesn't have a problem with drugs and alcohol, but thinks that counselling can solve her all of her problems.

Therapy is said to be the only possible way for the actress to avoid jail time for violating her probation.

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