On the premiere of the OWN documentary series "Lindsay," viewers watched actress Lindsay Lohan attempt to build a new life after her sixth stay in rehab, all while under the constant watch of lurking paparazzi.
In the above video, 27-year-old Lohan is in a hotel room in New York, her temporary living space until she finds an apartment. While she busies herself by sorting through piles of jewelry, Michael Cormier, a senior counselor at Cliffside Malibu rehabilitation center, sits nearby. He's been helping Lohan transition out of treatment as her sober companion.
"Sometimes the navigation of this whole process gets tough," Cormier says in the video. He and Lohan had plans to go to dinner and attend an AA meeting, but the day doesn't go as planned.
"We've been stuck in the room all day, actually," Lohan says. "Because there's been 40 paparazzi outside. And I just really don't feel like dealing with them today."
Lohan explains why she decided to miss the meeting. "They're going to follow me to the meeting, and I don't want them following me to an AA meeting," she says. "I just don’t want to deal with that, it's not cool for anyone else there."
As paparazzi pace outside, filmmaker Amy Rice asks Lohan if she ever feels like a prisoner.
"Yes," Lindsay says with a laugh. "All the time."