Lindsay Lohan may be a train wreck, but she's got a point here.
The alleged actress says she's tired of her dad, Michael Lohan, relentlessly slamming her in the press and using her for attention "as she tries to heal."
Okay, she's got half a point. Trying to heal? Not very hard, LL.
"I'm so hurt that this person who calls himself my father, needs to use the press to communicate with me," Lohan said in response to Michael's desired plan for a conservatorship over his daughter to protect her from destruction.
In an interview with Maury Povich that aired last Friday, the actress' father reached out to his daughter, claiming her health is rapidly deteriorating.
"There's nothing left of her," he said, noting that he "can't even look at her ... I just cry. When I hugged her, it's just this hollow, hollow person."
Lindsay Lohan says she's cut off all ties with her dad.
"I have not spoken to my father, nor have I responded to his threatening and erratic messages over the last several months," she tells Us Weekly.
"It's so sad that he needs to stay in the media spotlight by using my name and making up excessive lies. He should instead trying be a real father."
This concludes our latest installment of the Lohan family drama. We know where we stand at this point, but a couple of pressing questions linger: