Lindsay Lohan seeks compensation from court system
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Yet again Lohan has come out of this situation as a victim.
It seems that series of misdiagnosis have led to her behavior, imprisonment and rehab.
Doctors have reported that Lohan was misdiagnosed. The doctor's at UCLA's Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital in Westwood have stated that Lohan does not have an addiction to methamphethamine and also does not suffer from bipolar disorder.
She also does not have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). She had been prescribed Adderall to help with the symptoms of ADHD. This drug could have been the cause of her manic behavior of the last couple of months.
Lohan is now looking for restitution for having been sentenced to 90 days in jail for violating probation on a 2007 drink driving charge. She was released from jail after serving only 13 days.
FOX 411 Pop Tarts were told "Lindsay is fuming – she is really upset that the courts put her through all this."
However a Santa Monica-based Criminal Defense Attorney, Steve Cron, said "No judge or prosecutor could be sued under these circumstances, they have absolute immunity…Judge Revel formulated her opinion of Lindsay based on the information she had at the time from another program. The judge could still be dissatisfied with the report from UCLA and seek independent opinions or insist Lindsay be enrolled in other programs."
The Los Angeles district attorney's office has said that the "Mean Girls" star may avoid the full 90-day sentence in rehab.