is in a ''really good place.'' The troubled actress - who has been in rehab six times - recently completed a 10-week stint in London stage production Speed-the-Plow
and her family say the hard work has helped her get back on track. Her sister Aliana said: ''She's in a really good place. You have to just find yourself, everyone has. She knows who she is.'' Her mother, Dina, added: ''Lindsay's an amazing actor, and she's lost without her craft.'' Dina was particularly proud of the work ethic the 28-year-old star showed when working on the play.
She told the New York Daily News
newspaper's Confidenti@l column: ''She had eight shows a week; it was a 10-week run. She never missed one. They don't write that in the Daily News: She never missed a day.'' Though the Mean Girls
star recently voiced her intention never to live in Los Angeles again, her mother insists Lindsay still loves the city, but hates the attention she gets there.
She said: ''Lindsay loves New York, loves LA, but it's just been a memory for her that wasn't good: when the press, when the paparazzi started. It all started with the weekly tabloids when Lindsay and the Simpsons [sisters Jessica and Ashlee] and Paris [Hilton], they all were targeted.''