Lindsay Lohan Speaks: 'I've Grown Up' Starlet Says in House Arrest Interview
Lindsay Lohan has quietly been serving her house arrest term in California after a judge sentenced her in May, and though she's getting a little bit antsy, Lohan opens up to Life & Style in her first interview since the sentencing while also allowing their cameras into her home.
The magazine caught up with Lohan on June 18 in her 3,000-square-foot Venice Beach pad, where she has been spending nearly every waking hour over the last month (complete with a massive photo of Lohan on the wall) -- a challenge Lohan says doesn't quite match her personality. "I’m a very social person, and I like being outside, especially in Venice Beach. I’d like to get out more — just going out and having dinner,” adding she was "really upset" she missed her brother's birthday party because of her limitations.
At 24, Lohan has certainly been through the legal, professional and emotional wringer. Still, this time around, she says reality has hit home: "I’ve grown up — and I’m willing to do what I have to do to prove that." She plans on doing so by diving into her community service, which will allow her to then get back to her normal career.
And while many doubt the likelihood of a major comeback for Lohan, she's keeping an optimistic mindset and is willing to work to change opinions about her.
“I do understand that I need to gain some of the respect back, but I’m willing to work hard for that. I understand the situations I’ve put myself in, and I don’t want to go back to that," Lohan said.
For the full interview, visit LifeandStyle.com!