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Considering that Michael Lohan never does anything that Michael Lohan does not benefit Michael Lohan, I think we can all be pretty sure that when he wants Lindsay Lohan to move from Betty Ford to some rehab place in Florida he is doing so to get her closer to him and because he probably is getting a referral fee for himself. Michael says it is because Betty Ford is a 30 day center and it makes no sense for Lindsay to do the same program three times. Well, she has already done rehab about 10 times, so maybe an extra three times would be good for her. Seriously, does he think no one has ever stayed at Betty Ford longer than 30 days? if you have the money you could move in there if you wanted.
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