Lohan: Pregnancy tweet was a joke

Lindsay Lohan has revealed her pregnancy tweet on Monday was in fact an April Fool’s joke

Lindsay Lohan confirms she is not really pregnant.

The 26-year-old star has revealed her cryptic tweet on Monday was in fact an April Fool’s Day joke.

Lindsay made instant headlines with her post which read: “Its official. Pregnant…”

But the troubled actress, who is rumoured to be dating guitarist Avi Snow, reassured fans on Tuesday morning she was only embracing the notorious day of pranks.    

“April Fools. Where’s everyone’s sense of humor? (sic)” she wrote on her Twitter page.

Lindsay is already in enough trouble having recently agreed to spend 90 days in rehab.

This came following her no contest plea to misdemeanour charges of reckless driving, lying to authorities and obstructing police from performing their duties following a car crash in Santa Monica last year.

The star is currently on a promotional tour to Brazil and it is not yet clear when she will begin treatment.

According to the terms of her probation she has until May 2 to check into rehab.

Her lawyer Mark Heller was recently forced to slam reports the actress demanded she would be able to take the drug Adderall in rehab as part of her plea deal.

TMZ reported that the Mean Girls star agreed to the bargain on the condition she would be able to take the psychostimulant drug used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder also known as ADHD.

The website claimed Lindsay was prepared to go to trial if the term wasn’t met.

But Mr. Heller spoke out on Monday to dismiss the report.

“That was never a part of any discussion with the prosecutors or the court. That was never an issue we addressed,” he told the New York Daily News.

“Prosecutors or the court would never interject themselves into medical determinations. Patients traditionally apprise facilities of what medications, if any, they’re prescribed, and after a full series of medical evaluations, each facility determines what medications, if any, are going to be allowed."
Copyright: Cover Media 2013

Tuesday, 02. April 2013