Lohan's grandmother speaks out

Lohan's grandmother speaks out

Lindsay Lohan's grandmother is delighted the actress has split from girlfriend Samantha Ronson, and she's urging the 'Mean Girls' star to reach out to her extended family as she deals with the break-up.

Marilyn Lohan insists her granddaughter should never have been dating the DJ in the first place, and now the actress' entire family is keen to help her as she gets back to single life.

The worried gran told People.com: "We'd all like to reach out to her. We're all here for her and we'd love to see her. Me, as a grandmother, I'd like to try and help her out.

"I think she needs her family in her life, but they're not. They should be. I haven't seen her in over a year. I don't know what happened. I'm heartbroken."

And Grandma Lohan insists her granddaughter's fast rise to the top in Hollywood was her eventual downfall: "What happened is that it was too much too fast. And she was on her own too early. She was too young.

"They get into that party scene. It's very hard for them."

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