Lindsay Lohan insists: 'I eat enough'
Lindsay Lohan has come under fire in the press recently for seemingly losing a lot weight.
But the actress told E! News that she doesn’t have problems eating.
'I've been eating enough,' she told the channel, but she did admit to having a 'hard month'.
The star went through a public break-up with girlfriend Samantha Ronson in April – and has been holidaying with her family in Hawaii in an attempt to get over it.
'We're a tight family,' she says. 'We've been through a lot so we take care of each other... We went hiking and everything in Maui, so it was really good.'
But American reports have suggested the star's weight loss is allegedly down to taking Adderall, a prescription drug usually given to people for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
'She takes Adderall all the time,' one source told Us Weekly. 'She gets jittery because of the way the pills affect her. It's a major reason why she's losing weight.'
How true those claims are, we're not sure, but Lindsay was far more interested in focusing on the topic of her career, revealing she is close to signing a movie deal 'with a really good cast.'
Any final thoughts on Ronson?
'We're friends,' she insists, adding: 'We're still in touch.'
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