Lindsay Lohan sat down for Oprah's Next Chapter on Sunday and revealed that after six stints in rehab she was no longer addicted drugs or alcohol.
"So what are you on now?" asked Oprah.
"Vitamins," Lohan replied with a slight chuckle.
"Yes," she replied, and then admitted to taking the prescription drug Nexium for her acid reflux.
Lohan's honesty during the interview was filled with some discrepancies. She revealed her drug of choice was alcohol, and that she took uppers like Adderall and cocaine because it allowed her to drink more. She admitted to using cocaine "10-15 times" and blamed growing up in a "comfortable chaos" for her later chaotic lifestyle.
"I'm my own worst enemy," the 27-year-old told Oprah. "There are so many powers greater than me in the world, and I've been blessed and lucky enough to be given a gift to share with other people, and I think for so long I kept that so locked down and chained down, just by creating this whirlwind of garbage around myself."
Oprah was very adamant about Lindsay's future. "I want you to win," she told the actress. So much so, that Oprah is giving Lohan her own eight-episode docu-series on the OWN network that will air in 2014. We hope Lohan stays on the vitamins until then.