Lindsay Lohan used to ''sabotage'' herself and do things that she knows are ''wrong'' for her.
Lindsay Lohan used to ''sabotage'' the good things in her life.
The 'Mean Girls' actress - who has been through a series of legal woes and endured several stints in rehab in recent years - admits she can't help do things she knows are ''wrong'' for her, such as smoking.
Speaking to life coach and trainer AJ Johnson on her docuseries 'Lindsay', she said: ''Often I know what I'm doing is wrong but I go ahead and do it anyway.
''I used to sabotage things as soon as they started getting good.''
Also on the show, Lindsay had a furious row with its production company Pilgrim which saw her refuse to be filmed after they withdrew a promised advance for her to get a new apartment.
Producer Craig Piligian told her in a phone call: ''You and I have to have a better understanding because this is making me very frustrated.
''When you tell our production what you will and won't do, it doesn't work for me.''
However, the 27-year-old star protested: ''I never once said I'm not shooting it!''
Director Amy Rice then intervened to say: ''There's a fear we're not going to get this footage from you.''
Furious Lindsay replied: ''I was ready! You can't pull that s**t with me anymore. I am giving you no reason to feel that.
''So until I f*** up, you can't assume I am going to.''
The row was eventually resolved and Lindsay moved into an apartment, which she said was a ''relief''.
She said: ''It was such a relief to get the keys and finally have a place I can come home to.
''It was affecting my mental state, being in that [hotel] room, with all that clutter. It was hard.''
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