Betty Ford Reports Dawn Holland To Attorney General After Lindsay Lohan Scandal!

Wed, December 22, 2010 2:47pm EDT by 2 Comments

Dawn Holland violated Lindsay Lohan’s privacy by talking about her incident to the media and now she could be in big trouble!

We wonder if the $10,000 Dawn Holland allegedly received for telling her Lindsay Lohan trauma story was worth it. The Betty Ford Clinic has reportedly turned in their former employee to the Attorney General after she sold a story about getting into an altercation with Lindsay Lohan — and we think she deserves whatever consequences she gets!

RadarOnline reports, “A lawyer for the Betty Ford Center formally contacted the California Attorney General’s office late Tuesday, reporting the actions of its fired worker in the Lindsay Lohan case as a possible HIPAA violation.”

Although she’s a complete and utter mess, we support Lindsay, 24, in this one. When you go to rehab, you should feel safe. It’s like going to a hospital — no matter what happens inside, your privacy should be respected completely. Besides, even if Lindsay DID push Dawn and try to turn down a breathalyzer, this kind of thing goes on all the time in rehab clinics. Clearly she’s not mentally okay and needs to be treated like a patient, not like tabloid fodder.

Not only that, but we have to question the validity of Dawn’s story. Look at her questionable track record:

  • Dawn went through a bitter divorce with her husband last year where he filed a battery complaint against her similar to the one Lindsay filed. The ex-husband claims Dawn “lost control, broke up a lot of my personal property and attacked me, kicking me in the leg and causing a contusion.”
  • Dawn Holland’s ex-husband’s family says Dawn is an opportunistic gold digger and has a past of hitting her ex-husband, Timothy, and trying to provoke him into fighting with her.
  • The ex’s family member says that Dawn was homeless and Timothy took her in off the streets and paid for their wedding.
  • Holland is herself a recovering addict having been in rehab on 8 different occasions.

    –Kirstin Benson & Amy Webber