Sources say her fear of being alone have caused some of her problems as she'll surround herself with the wrong kind of people and the wrong kind of influence just to avoid loneliness.
Meanwhile her new lawyer says, "My impression of Lindsay is that she's a fragile lost child – a sleeping beauty with her head in the sand. I found her not fully forewarned of the consequence of her actions. I'm concerned that she's not disciplined or tethered enough to the reality of adult consequences."
Why doesn't she have any idea of the adult consequences though - she's 24 years old - she's not 13, surely she is aware that breaking her parole time and time again will lead to punishment? And if not, why are the adults around her, namely her parents and management not stepping in to sort her out and give her some guidance? They all seem pretty happy to live off her earnings!
Meanwhile she has found an unlikely ally in the form of ex-girlfriend Samantha Ronson who stuck up for her when Joan Rivers started making fun of her.
Sam took to her Twitter saying, "Hey Joan Rivers you have collagen older than Lindsay, pick on someone your own age, oh wait I guess people that old can't hear."
What do you think, should we feel sorry for Lindsay or has she had enough sympathy?
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