The 90-day jail sentence she just received should be a wake-up call for Lindsay Lohan, a reality check for a star who's lost her way and gone off the rails.
But it won't be, according to Stuart Goldberg.
The attorney who sat down with the mess this past weekend says she still isn't fully aware of her dire situation, and is essentially a "fragile, lost child."
"I found her not fully forewarned of the consequences of her actions," Goldberg told People. "She's not disciplined, tethered enough to the reality of adult consequences. She doesn't seem to have awareness of what's going to befall her."
Comes from upbringing. Just saying, Dina.
Goldberg, who was courted by the family after Lindsay's previous attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley, threw in the towel, recently met with Lohan, her mom Dina and younger sister Ali at the actress's West Hollywood apartment.
There, he outlined his requirements for representing her – "100 percent loyalty and zero tolerance for dishonesty." Stunningly, he opted not to take the case.
At one point, Goldberg, worried Lohan "was in a dangerous state," asked if she might hurt herself. "She started sobbing quietly. She was genuinely in pain."
While he advised Lindsay, whose terrible attitude is well-known, to move out of L.A., a "toxic environment for her," the actress didn't seem open to the idea.
"She was like Teflon to that comment," the attorney says. "It just slid right off her. She seemed to have some inner deep sadness that that was her fate."
"My real worry for her is not just the jail time," he adds, "but my fear is that she's overly susceptible to a probation system that's set up for her to fail."
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