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PETA Wants To Help Sponsor Lindsay Lohan's Rehab

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Even though they have a rather contentious past together, PETA is reaching out to Lindsay Lohan in an effort to help with her “financial woes”.

Of course, there’s a catch — and it involves the troubled actress going vegan. If she sticks with it during her entier three-month at California’s Betty Ford Clinic, they’ll throw $10K her way. Should she stick with the diet for a year afterwards, they’ll cough up another $10K.

PETA President Ingrid Newkirk told the LA Times, “Lindsay Lohan is the most visible example of a real addict, and if she can conquer her addiction to meat and cheese, absolutely anyone can. If she does, she’ll not only save animals but save her own health, and she’ll be an example to the millions of people who watch her every step.”

Lohan recently expressed dismay in a probation report that she might not be able to afford her time in rehab; with total costs somewhere around $53,000. Guess she should have thought of that before failing two court-ordered drug tests. Speculation has it that she has to endure drug tests for many different substances to ensure she is clean of everything, even kratom drug testing for instance, will she keep it all clean to have her rehab time sponsored?

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