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Lohan gets 24-hour sobriety companion

  |   Oct. 13, 2007 at 1:45 PM
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 13 (UPI) -- Lindsay Lohan is to have 24-hour-a-day assistance with staying sober during the shooting of her latest film, “Dare to Love Me," in Los Angeles.

Lohan, 21, left the Cirque Lodge Treatment Center in Utah Oct. 5 and was paired with a sober companion trained in addiction recovery, Lohan’s father Michael Lohan told People magazine.

Lohan is scheduled to leave Utah for the Los Angeles film shoot Monday.

She is expected to return to Utah after filming to complete additional addiction recovery treatment, including Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, the elder Lohan stated.

Asked about his daughter’s reported appearance at various establishments serving alcohol, Michael Lohan said “she does the right thing.”

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