Four days after completing her sixth stint in rehab, Lindsay Lohan sat down with Oprah for a highly anticipated interview. During their candid conversation, the actress opened up about her time in rehab as well as her public court battles, family feuds and addictions.
In this clip from the interview on "Oprah's Next Chapter," Oprah focuses on Lohan's addiction, beginning with a direct question for the troubled star. "Are you an addict?" she asks Lohan.
"Yeah," Lohan answers.
"What is your drug of choice?" Oprah asks.
"Alcohol," Lohan says. "That, in the past, was a gateway to other things for me… I tried cocaine with alcohol."
After Lohan's first arrest for possession, she had said that she had only done cocaine three or four times. During her conversation with Oprah, though, Lohan reveals it was more. "I really haven't done it more than 10 to 15 times," Lohan admits. "Of course, I said three or four. I was terrified of being judged… [But] I've done it 10 to 15 times."
Lohan explains that her cocaine use went hand in hand with her drinking. "[Cocaine] allowed me to drink more," she tells Oprah. "I think that's why I did it when I did it. It was a party thing."
"Would you snort it? Inject it? Smoke it?" Oprah asks.
"Oh, my, no. I snorted it," Lohan responds.
Also in the video, Lohan describes her addiction to chaos -- stemming from dysfunction in her childhood -- and discusses her current healing process.
"Oprah's Next Chapter" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on OWN.
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