Lindsay Lohan Reveals She Had a Miscarriage in OWN Reality TV Docu-Series Finale

April 21, 2014

Lindsay Lohan revealed that she had had a miscarriage during the filming of her reality TV docu-series on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN. It was on the season finale of the program that she made the revelation which has provoked a gamus of strong reactions.

The two-hour season finale of the program, which had seen falling ratings, had drawn some interest over the promise that Lindsay Lohan was going to address the now infamous ‘sex list,’ the names of some 36 men whom she had allegedly had sex with, and a list with a variety of Hollywood A-list actors, including James Franco, Justin Timberlake, Ashton Kutcher, Orlando Bloom, Zac Efron and Joaquin Phoenix.

However, what was said about that list was massively overshadowed by the revelation that came at the very end of the two hours. But first, she did address the list — going into bit more detail than she had in the ‘Watch What Happens Live’ interview with Andy Cohen in which she claimed the list was real.

Her revelation of the miscarriage, thus, was part of her speaking of the infamous list. She said of the list, in the show, “That was part of my Betty Ford [Clinic rehab]; it’s [AAA] step number 5 or step number 8. It’s your sexual inventory. So that was really personal to my sponsor.”

She went on to say, “When I was moving [to New York City], there were two people there that helped me move…Someone took a photo, and I’m pretty sure I know who it is, unfortunately.” She surmised that this person, whom she did not name, had turned it over to the tabloids and said that the person is not in her life any more.

She continued: “And that’s not about me. I don’t care about me in that situation. I care about the people who are involved with other people, because it’s really unfortunate and unfair to other people. The fact that that happened was not only humiliating but it was just mean. It was mean-spirited for someone to do that. That’s a desperate human being really f–ked up in the head.”

She went on speak of what it was like to watch her own docu-series and she said she “cried so many times watching it.”

It was then that she made the revelation, tearful, and outright crying, she said, “No one knows this. I had a miscarriage for those two weeks that I took off.” She went on to say, ““I was sick. And mentally that messes with you.”

She was sketchy on details, including the identity of the father, but called it “a very long story.”

She went on to say, “Watching this series, I just know how I felt at that moment and I can relate to that girl. It sounds kind of crazy. I’m like, ‘oh my God, this is really sad. Who’s helping her?’”

“Even if it’s not my intention to lose everything I’ve worked for, that’s what my addiction will do to me…It’s a really f–ed up disease, and it’s really scary. Because there are drugs people have said that I’ve done that I’ve never touched.”

The revelation has provoked disbelief, to put it mildly as some sites are now quoting unnamed sources who claim she made the story up as a ploy for sympathy and/or to excuse unprofessional behavior. Lindsay Lohan’s story, as unfolding on the docu-series, has suffered a fall in ratings, but now that the season is over and the real-time story unfolds, sadly, it seems much of the same; the focus of the tabloids as well as the media and the public is again on her conduct — actual as well as alleged — and again, the promising actress of ‘Mean Girls’ seems so very far away.

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