And here is why she was freaking out when the doctors decided that she did not in fact suffer from ADHD and took her bennies away. I cannot wait to see the hot mess that comes walking out of Betty Ford when this is over.
A source told RadarOnline: ‘Lindsay has been extremely emotional this past week and is finding comfort in food. Lindsay can’t stop eating, and has gained five pounds because she has such poor eating habits.
‘She has been exercising, but she just doesn’t have a lot of energy because she is no longer taking Adderall, which is a psycho-stimulant medication that contains amphetamine. She has been talking to a nutritionist at Betty Ford about eating healthier.’
Betty Ford’s doctors rarely prescribe anyone over the age of 15 the powerful drug, because they believe there are plenty of alternative treatments and also think that many people misuse the drug to control their weight.
Lindsay has been assigned a full team of carers – including a psychologist, dietician, chemical dependency technician and physician – who have devised a tailored care plan for her. The troubled starlet was previously said to have freaked out and ditched her original plan to enter the Seafield Centre in New York for treatment because it doesn’t allow its patients to smoke.
Sad. So sad that at age 71 you have what you think is a good reason to do this…RIP Dick Trickle. Maybe no one will make fun of your name anymore.
Richard “Dick” Trickle — who parlayed a legendary reputation as a short-track driver into a full-time career on stock car racing’s biggest stages in the 1990s — died Thursday of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, a North Carolina sheriff’s office said. He was 71.
A Lincoln County dispatcher received a call — believed to have been placed by Trickle — that “there would be a dead body and it would be his,” that county’s sheriff’s office said in a news release. There was no answer when authorities tried to call the number back.
Emergency units went to Forest Lawn Cemetery in Boger City and found a body lying near Trickle’s pickup truck.
The Wisconsin-born Trickle raced during the 1970s and 1980s, then broke through as a full-time and widely recognized NASCAR driver in 1989. By that time, according to a Sports Illustrated article, the 48-year-old grandfather of two had won some 1,200 stock car competitions in 31 years of racing.
He settled in Lincoln County, in central North Carolina, in the early 1990s, according to the sheriff’s office.
Though Trickle never managed a victory in NASCAR’s premier Sprint Cup series, he did have 15 top-five finishes and won two Nationwide Series races before his retirement in 2002.
This makes me like Jessica Alba just a little bit more. Welcome to the next photo / celebrity fad.
Jessica Alba‘s no stranger to making headlines, but this time she’s causing a stir for a unusual reason: Hadouken.
The Japanese craze has swept through Tinsetown with the actress snapping photos of herself—joined by her husband Cash Warren and girlfriends—posing in what’s sure to be the next pic trend (think: planking, owling, etc.)
Hadouken is said to involve photos that are made to look like special effects.
Alba nailed the optical illusion with many shots on her Instagram account.
One pic shows her being blown away by hubby Warren, while another features Alba’s girlfriends getting in on some of the action.