Oprah Asks Lindsay Lohan: Have You Been Sober Since We Last Met? (VIDEO)

Has Lindsay Maintained Her Sobriety?

When Oprah and Lindsay Lohan previously discussed filming a docuseries on OWN, Lohan said she was ready to be honest and open. But on Part 3 of "Lindsay," viewers see Lohan refuse to let the production crew into her apartment to film.

Learning that Lindsay has caused chaos for the docuseries crew, Oprah goes to New York for a scheduled check-in on and confronts the actress about her behavior. "When you change a schedule, you know what happens. You're a professional woman," Oprah says in the above video. "And it's not just for you. You've got a whole team of people who are relying on you right now for this particular experience, for creating this documentary."

During the intense heart-to-heart, Oprah asks Lohan if filming this series is what she really wants.

"No, I want it," Lindsay says. "It's just weird to film things that are going on -- I’m just not used to it. And I'm learning how to deal with life in a different light than I have before, and in a different way that I have before. And at the end of the day, my main objective is to maintain my sobriety."

Oprah asks the question that until now, Lohan had not answered: "And have you been sober since we last met?"

"Yes, I have," Lohan answers.

"Hello, let's celebrate that!" Oprah says. "That's where you are right now, look at how great that is. Wow."

Breaking down into tears, Lohan tells Oprah that it feels good. "I feel good that I've maintained something that I've worked so hard for," she says.

"What about the Adderall?" Oprah asks.

"No, nothing," Lohan shakes her head.

When she's been tempted to drink, Lohan says she plays out scenario in her head, and it's a downward spiral she doesn't want to reenter. Oprah brings up a recent tabloid report that said Lohan was out late at night with an old boyfriend, but Lohan says it was completely untrue.

It's up to Lohan to prove the naysayers wrong, Oprah says, and gives her a warning. "The vultures are waiting to pick your bones," Oprah says. "And that shouldn't frighten you. That should liberate you. Because if I were you, I wouldn't let them have me."

"Lindsay" airs Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on OWN.

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