Images of Lindsay Lohan with ‘syringe of heroin’ have surfaced

Lindsay Lohan has making the headlines for all the wrong reasons lately. The troubled star was due to spend 30 days behind bars after failing two drug tests and testing positive for cocaine, but just 15 hours into her sentence bail of $300,000 was posted and she was released, reports Daily Mail. Instead of donning the rather unflattering orange prison uniform, she will be required to be fitted with SCRAM alcohol-monitoring device.

There seems to be no end to the drama that is Lindsay Lohan’s life. In the latest turn of events, shocking images have surfaced that show the actress with a tourniquet wrapped around her arm, and holding what appears to be a syringe of heroin.

The pictures, which were released byNews of the World, are believed to have been taken in 2007. A source told the newspaper: “What no one knows for certain is just how often Lindsay does drugs – or exactly which drugs she does.

“Lindsay has made no secret of her drug addiction. People are used to seeing her off her head.”

In the same year, as reported by Daily Mail, Michael Lohan claimed his daughter was addicted to Oxycodon, also referred to as ‘hillbilly heroin’.

Lindsay recently tweeted: “Substance abuse is a disease which doesn’t go away overnight. I’m working hard to overcome it. I did fail my recent drug test. I’m prepared to face the consequences.”

Let’s hope Lindsay receives all the help and support she so clearly needs to get herself back on track again.

Read our complete coverage on Lindsay Lohan, including Lindsay being carted off to jail in handcuffs, Lindsay turning herself in for her previous stint in prison, what addictions Lindsay has, and whether Lindsay battled an eating disorder

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