In Case You Missed It: Lindsay Lohan Admits Being An Addict To Oprah

There has been much must-watch Lindsay Lohan TV in 2013, but Sunday night's sit down with Oprah for an exclusive interview on OWN might top the list. During the special, taped after Lindsay finished a lengthy stint at rehab, the embattled young star admitted being an addict, admitted acting insane and pledged to get herself back on track. 

Here are some highlights:

After answering the question of "are you an addict" with a simple "yeah," Lindsay went on to discuss her run ins with the law: “You would think in that situation, someone would be like ‘Holy sh*t, I need to check myself. It’s the definition of insanity, doing the same thing over and over again. At that point, I somewhere inside knew and kind of wanted to go to jail, just to find some peace and have no choice but to just sit and be. I don’t think the embarrassment was as prominent as the shame and the guilt.”

On her drug of choice: 

“Alcohol. It was a gateway to other things for me. I’ve done [cocaine] like 10-15 times. I think that’s why I did it, because it allowed me to drink more. I snorted it; I’ve never injected anything other than getting B12 shots.”

On the start of her problems:

“When I moved to LA after filming Mean Girls, I was 17 or 18. I was around people so I wasn’t lonely, and I didn’t pay close enough attention to people being around for the wrong reasons. I was making too much. I wasted so much money; I was living at a hotel, and I had an apartment. I wasn’t really being guided. I didn’t think about it, and I didn’t listen to my family when they told me, ‘Come back to New York.’”

On the lessons she's learned:

“Just learning how to ground myself; I don’t need to go to outside things or places or substances to feel anything. It’s all here. I’ve been blessed and so lucky to have a gift to share with other people, and for so long I’ve kept that locked down by creating this whirlwind of garbage around myself. I’ve always known things about myself; I’ve just chosen to not recognize them and not act on them. I’ve always been aware of my faults. . . I’ve lived so many lives in one lifetime at this point, and it’s not interesting to me anymore.”

Did you guys watch Oprah's interview with Lindsay? What did you think?

(Via Popsugar)