Lindsay Lohan's misdemeanours, her crimes; both in a lawful sense and those of her acting, all catalyse in a magnificent domination of headline space, while she continually manages to find new ways to do the wrong thing.

Her latest public announcement is the 'no regrets' speech, which is normally uttered by the stars who have done plenty of regretful things, and is normally an indication of just how much regret and contrition they truly feel. "I want to be known as an actress, not a troubled starlet," she told Us Weekly reporter Jennifer Peros during a sitdown interview in Los Angeles. "People can think what they want, and the only thing I can do is prove them wrong." We're no one to judge, but if we had to, we'd suggest to Lindsay that if she wants to be known for her artistic nature, then she should perhaps concentrate on that, for a while at least. 

"[I regret] nothing, because then I wouldn't have been able to cry in scenes at the drop of a hat," she explains to Us. "I have it tattooed: LIVE WITHOUT REGRETS. I'm not saying I wanted to go to a jail cell, but I've drawn from all of it." Linsday is facing trial for lying to police.