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Lindsay Lohans Pals Reveals About Her Suicide Attempts

Lindsay Lohan's closest friends are hopeful that the actress' current rehab spell will bring a stop to her suicidal tendencies following a series of wacky recent incidents .

As the Mean Girls star checked into the Promises rehab facility in Malibu, California on May 28, after being arrested for DUI, her supposed friends got ready to reveal the actress' personal misery.

One friend told America's Star magazine that Lohan attempted to take her own life twice in the same night at a recent Hollywood party.

"She grabbed a knife and started cutting at her wrists. A friend made her stop. Lindsay ran into the bathroom with a bottle of Advil (painkillers), Tittle Tattle quoted the friend, as saying.

The friend then added that Lohan locked herself in the toilet and threatened to gulp down the entire bottle if she was not left alone.

"Lindsay needs to go back into rehab, then spend time soul searching and getting to the roots of her problems. These emotional breakdowns she has are getting worse, and one of these days, she really will kill herself, the friend said.


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