The loud music, the dancing, the fun -- Lindsay Lohan says she loves the nightlife, despite being a recovering alcohol addict. On "Lindsay," the docuseries following the actress' life after her sixth stay in rehab, director Amy Rice questions Lohan. Has she maintained her sobriety, or is she recounting days?
"I'm sober, but I've been very close," Lohan admits. "It has come very close and it's really scary."
Lohan's sober coach, Michael Cormier, has been with Lindsay since she left rehab in Malibu, but he has fulfilled his commitment to helping her transition back to the real world. He says it's time for him to go home. "I don't want to become the sobriety crutch," he says. "I wanted to stay long enough to establish the tools that were available to her, so she can pick them up and use them."
As he packs his bags in the above video, Rice asks whether he believes Lindsay is still sober.
"You know, I don't know whether or not -- the truth is that..." Cormier says, trailing off.
After pausing, Cormier continues. "I'm not going to discuss whether or not Lindsay is still sober," he says. "That is between Lindsay and Lindsay. I have no hard evidence that she's not."