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Lindsay Lohan suffers a miscarriage

Lindsay Lohan has endured many problems in her life, but the last one she told fans about was a tragic one. On the season finale of her TV reality show, “Lindsay” fans were stunned when they heard her confess that she recently suffered a miscarriage.

COACHELLA, CA - APRIL 12: Lindsay Lohan attends the FLAUNT Magazine & Siwy present Virgin Sacrifices event on April 12, 2014 in Coachella, California.
Photo by Araya Diaz

Lindsay revealed that the ordeal left her immobilized. According to the Daily News, she said, “I couldn't move, I was sick. Mentally, that messes with you.”

Lindsay took several weeks off from doing her reality show and even refused to come out of her room during taping. Although she mentions having a miscarriage during her show, she does not reveal the father's identity, or how far along she was in the pregnancy.

Last month, Lindsay’s list of the 36 men she’s had sex with was made public. Lindsay told Andy Cohen on “Watch What Happens Live” that the list was part of the healing process in the AA at the Betty Ford Clinic. She explained that step five requires that she write down the exact nature of what she did wrong. Then, in step eight, she needed to write down the names of everyone she harmed in step five.

Lindsay believes that the person responsible for leaking this information is one of two people who helped her move during the OWN show.

Lindsay said, "All of my books from [Betty Ford] were in that. So, someone took a photo."

Lindsay thinks she knows who took the picture and made her list public. She allegedly cut that person from her life.

It is rumored that her show, "Lindsay" may not be renewed due to the low ratings. Fewer than 700,000 viewers tuned in to watch. According to the ratings, SpongeBob SquarePants had over three million viewers on the same night.

Her miscarriage may help explain why she was drinking heavily at Coachella. It is a traumatic experience for any woman to endure.

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