Lindsay Lohan admits in the first trailer for her documentary series 'Lindsay' that she feels trapped.
The 27-year-old star left rehab over seven months ago, following the completion of court-mandated treatment, and began working on documentary series 'Lindsay' for Oprah Winfrey's OWN network, but in the first trailer for the show she's seen breaking down as she admits she feels trapped by the cameras.
Sitting in her apartment with a companion, she said: "I don't want them following me to an AA [alcoholics anonymous] meeting."
When asked if she ever feels like a prisoner, she added: "Yes, all the time."
The 'Mean Girls' actress opened up about her wild past and claimed she's not interested in partying anymore as she's already done everything there is to do.
She explained: "There's nothing left in a having a drink for me. What's left in that feeling? Nothing. There's no party that I haven't gone to, there's no person I haven't hung out with. There's no situation I haven't been exposed to."
The trailer also shows Lindsay with her parents Dina and Michael Lohan, and while her mother admits she's "so excited" to have her daughter back in New York, conversations between Lindsay and her father don't go quite as smoothly.
During a heated discussion with her dad, Lindsay said: "See now you're getting me angry, because you weren't good for me for a long time in my life."
'Lindsay' starts on Sunday, March 9 on OWN.