Is Lindsay Lohan experiencing some sort of epiphany about her life lately?
In a letter sent by Mark Heller, Lindsay’s attorney, to the Santa Monica and L.A. City Attorneys, the actress insinuated that she would be willing to perform inspirational talks as a way of resolving her car crash case without going to jail.
Heller said Lindsay’s dysfunctional family has “deeply impacted her” and caused her to run into trouble with the law — with most of the incidents involving her alcohol and drug problems. He also said it’s impossible to offer Lindsay the right solution in getting her life straightened out until the real problem is revealed and addressed.
To express her sincerest desire to change the course of her life, Lindsay plans to participate in “intensive psychotherapy” and submit herself to “regular screenings.” She also intends to deliver “Public Service messages” and make “periodic visits to schools, hospitals and other venues where she may provide inspirational talks, encouraging children to pursue positive goals and avoid bad habits….,” according to Heller’s letter obtained by TMZ.
What’s more, Heller is considering the possibility of establishing a Lindsay Lohan Foundation that will benefit young people.
Apparently, the judge hearing Lindsay’s case wasn’t happy with Heller’s move. Sources connected to the prosecution told TMZ that the letter has irked the judge because it appears like an attempt to improperly influence the court.