“The report that my client, Lindsay Lohan is going to be treated for methamphetamine addiction is categorically false," the Herald Sun quoted Holley as telling RadarOnline. "It's a fabrication, 100 per cent. I have never seen anything that implies that my client has an issue with methamphetamine abuse," Holley added.
Earlier, TMZ reported that Lohan would be treated for meth addiction and bipolar disorder. It quoted a "source familiar with Lindsay"s case" as saying methamphetamine, a highly addictive stimulant, and opiates, which have more of a downer effect, were her "drugs of choice."
Melbourne (ANI): Lindsay Lohan"s attorney has dismissed reports claiming that the actress is addicted to methamphetamine, saying drug accusation is “100 percent fabrication." Lohan"s lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley even denied the reports that the Mean Girls star would be treated for that and bipolar disorder during her 90 days of court-ordered rehab.