Lo­han feels ‘ happy’

Townsville Bulletin - - The Goss -

LIND­SAY Lo­han in­sists she is fo­cus­ing on her re­cov­ery and tak­ing things ‘‘ one day at a time’’ as she looks to re­sume her acting ca­reer, in a US tele­vi­sion in­ter­view.

‘‘ I feel great. I feel happy. There’s al­ways you know . . . bumps we have on the road,’’ she told Ex­tra’s Jerry Pe­na­coli at her LA home.

‘‘ As long as I’m fo­cus­ing on the one thing that I know I need to put first in my life, which is my re­cov­ery and stuff, then I’m do­ing good and that’s most im­por­tant to me,’’ Lo­han said in ex­cerpts from the in­ter­view.

The Mean Girls ac­tress was re­leased from the Betty Ford Cen­ter in Jan­uary, where she was sent for a three-month, court-or­dered stay af­ter test­ing pos­i­tive for co­caine in her sys­tem while on pro­ba­tion.

Some of the ‘‘ bumps’’ for the trou­bled star, who is on pro­ba­tion for a 2007 drunk-driv­ing case, in­clude pos­si­ble jail time for a felony grand-theft charge for al­legedly steal­ing a $ 2500 neck­lace from a high-end jew­eller.

Lo­han is mulling a plea deal of­fered her by pros­e­cu­tors for the al­leged theft that would in­clude six months in jail.

Lind­say Lo­han

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