Lindsay Lohan loves going to clubs for the ''nightlife'' and loud music but admits it can be tough to stay sober.
Lindsay Lohan has came ''close'' to relapsing.
The troubled actress - who has been to rehab six times - loves ''nightlife'' and going to clubs but admits it can be difficult to resist drugs and alcohol.
She said: ''I do love the nightlife and hearing loud music and laughing and having fun.
''I'm sober, but it has come very close. And it's really scary.''
On last night's (30.03.14) episode of 'Lindsay', her sober coach Michael Cormier decided it was time to move on and later implied he was unsure whether she had relapsed.
Asked if she is still sober, he said: ''I don't know. I'm not going to discuss whether or not Lindsay is still sober. That is between Lindsay and Lindsay. I have no hard evidence that she's not.''
Elsewhere in the episode, the 'Mean Girls' star spoke of her unhappiness with her management team and agent, claiming she has to find roles for herself.
Speaking to her life coach A.J. Johnson, she said: ''I feel like they just don't care.
''They have their breadwinners and I'm not that to them and they're not willing to fight for me to be that and that's where I'm left feeling alone and insecure because I can't do it [all] on my own!
''Jason [Weinberg] kind of just left me in the dust. Unless I'm like Penelope Cruz, Jason doesn't care. But I can't be Penelope Cruz unless I have Jason behind me, fighting for me...
''Every day I'm not on a film set, I'm wasting my talent!''
Lindsay claimed she got her last two roles herself, adding: ''I made the calls and I researched and all they do is take a percentage.''
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