Lindsay Lohan wants to live with integrity

After six stints in rehab Lindsay Lohan is ready for a fresh start.
After six stints in rehab Lindsay Lohan is ready for a fresh start.

LINDSAY Lohan plans to stay in control and live "with integrity", she said on her new documentary series last.

The troubled actress - who has endured a string of legal problems in recent years and been to rehab six times - is determined to make a fresh start and wants to put her problems behind her.

Speaking on her new docu-series 'Lindsay', which debuted in the US last night, she said: "Living with integrity and in control of my own self - that's the life I want now...

"I'm excited to start this new chapter, so it's going to be good."

The 'Mean Girls' star was also seen telling programme director Amy Rice that she now has "inner peace".

She said: "I'm in this really good place where I have this inner peace right now. All the distractions and chaos that go on outside just in daily life in general don't really affect me anymore."

The programme also saw Lindsay search for an apartment in New York and left devastated when she found one she liked - but was told it required a $10 million insurance policy.

She exclaimed: "I can't do that. I'm not Oprah!"

The 27-year-old actress stayed in a hotel while apartment hunting, and after a month in the luxury residence, she admitted she was finding the experience upsetting because she associated it with a "crazy phase" in her life.

She said: "It's the first time I'm really getting a place in New York and it's really chaotic.

"I'm trying to figure out how to be sane and live, how to live out of a hotel, which I did when I was in a crazy phase in my life and that brings up a lot of memories and I hate it. ... And now I'm figuring out everything for myself with things being left up in the air constantly."

However, she insisted her housing struggle wouldn't send her out of control again.

She added: "I'm here. I'm showing up. I'm sober. And I'm dealing with it."

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