Lindsay Lohan Says She’s ‘Comfortable’ Returning To The Spotlight, Talks Moving On From Addiction

Sitting down with “Good Morning America” on Monday, Lindsay Lohan says she’s now “comfortable” returning to the spotlight with her new MTV series “Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club”.

The “Mean Girls” star is once again making a name for herself on the club scene, but this time as the boss, running two luxury beach clubs in Greece.

“I felt comfortable enough to start being present again,” Lohan, 32, tells “GMA” host George Stephanopoulos. “I have been doing this for a while, but this is just the first place that it’s a day [beach] club. I wanted to share with the world and let everybody see what I’ve been doing while I haven’t been here.”

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The actress’ wild partying and drug use made headlines in 2007 through 2012, complete with a number of stints in rehab and addiction treatment centres. Despite being at the centre of the club scene, the actress-turned-businesswoman is adamant her party girl days are behind her.

“I’m running the place, so I don’t have time for any of that,” she says in response to finding herself in the middle of the club scene again. But Lohan is hoping to change the negative perception of clubbing with her new series.

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“People have said so many negative things about me when I went out to clubs and dancing, having fun,” she says. “I want people to see the positive side of it instead of finding the negative.”

Following her MTV series and work on the Netflix comedy “Sick Note”, Lohan teases a return to the big screen.

“I actually bought the rights to a really amazing book by Tina Seskis called The Honeymoon, so we’re working on the script now. So that I will be in,” she adds.



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