In a first look at the new OWN docu-series "Lindsay," Oprah Winfrey admonished Lindsay Lohan after the actress fell back into her old routine of being unreliable and self-destructive.
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The teaser trailer starts off with Lohan saying, "There's no party that I haven't gone to, there's no person I haven't hung out with," telling the world she's ready to change.
But then she says she feels like a prisoner all the time with photographers following her every movie, even to AA meetings.
"I don't want all the negative s--t that's going on and the stress to show through on camera," she tells a friend.
To make matters worse, Michael Lohan, her father, comes back into the picture and an argument ensues between the two.
"You weren't good for me for a long time in my life," Lindsay tells her dad.
Finally, Oprah's assistant tells her that Lohan has been changing things everyday and not following the rules.
"This is exactly what everybody said was gonna happen," a fed-up Oprah says. "She doesn't understand, this is your life!"
After confronting Lohan and telling her she wants the best for the young actress, who's been to rehab several times, Winfrey finally tells her enough is enough.
"You need to cut the bulls--t, you really do," she says.
"Lindsay" premieres this Sunday at 10 p.m. on OWN.