Lindsay Lohan slams mother's 'party girl' image

Lindsay Lohan slams mother's 'party girl' image
Actress Lindsay Lohan addresses reporters during a news conference at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, Monday, Jan. 20, 2014, in Park City, Utah.
Lindsay Lohan has come to the defense of her mother Dina, insisting she has never been a party girl.

The Mean Girls star has been fighting her own battles with drug and alcohol addiction, and many were quick to point out that her mum Dina was the driving force behind her troubled ways.

However, during an interview on U.S. talk show Watch What Happens Live on Thursday, Lohan defended her mother, who was booked for DWI and speeding last September.

She explains, "My mum doesn't drink. That's (Dina's hardcore partying) never been true. It's really interesting how people perceive it and what gets told, because if anything, she's gone out with me because I've forced her to come out with me.

"It's just a security blanket. The trust in there. I have a cool mom. And she had me at a very young age. Thank God for that though because she's my best friend."

Lindsay also insists she has mended ties with her estranged father, Michael Lohan, and even opened up about their strained relationship on her reality TV series on Oprah Winfrey's OWN network, Lindsay, but most of it was cut out.

She added, "I love my dad - but my dad is my dad... He was on the outs. He's gone through a lot in his life. Insider trading...

"There's a lot of things that have happened in my life that they don't show. I was a lot more honest on the show, like about my entire life story."

With the series finale airing on Sunday, Lohan insists she has no remorse over her candid interviews throughout the course of the program.

She adds, "I don't regret it at all. Oprah's literally been a blessing to me as a friend, a mentor and I can actually say I can call Oprah whenever I need to. It's been nice to just show who I am as a person. So that people can actually see the chaos that comes in and comes out."