Lohan's dad wants to mend her broken heart

Lohan's dad wants to mend her broken heart
Samantha and Lindsay

Lindsay Lohan's worried dad has cleared his schedule in the hope his estranged daughter will call for him as she struggles to cope with the break-up of her romance with DJ Samantha Ronson.

The actress confirmed reports she and Ronson had split on Monday - and Michael Lohan thinks this will give him the opportunity to step in, offer his daughter his support and help to rebuild her acting career.

Never a fan of Ronson, Michael Lohan said: "Break-ups are never pretty and they’re never easy. I’m here for Lindsay any time. I’ve cleared my schedule to go meet her in L.A."

In the meantime, Lohan can only hope that his ex-wife Dina takes good care of the 'Mean Girls' star.

He told US news show 'Extra': "At a time like this, she (Lindsay) needs someone standing by her side. It’s about time she had both parents with her, without Dina driving a wedge between us. It’s time for Lindsay to resurrect her life and career."

Lohan had revealed on Monday: "We are taking a brief break so I can focus on myself."

The announcement came after the actress allegedly posted a Twitter.com message over the weekend suggesting Ronson had cheated on her.

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