The Hollywood producer who publicly reprimanded Lindsay Lohan for arriving late to the set of his film Georgia Rule has reached out to the actress as she faces another major controversy.
Studio executive James G. Robinson wrote a fiery letter to Lohan urging her to straighten out her life after she put partying before filmmaking, upsetting schedules on his film.
But now the producer is offering the troubled actress his support following a second drunk-driving arrest in three months.
In a message to Lohan via news show Extra, Robinson says, "If you need anything, just call me, and as soon as I can be allowed to visit, I'll be there."
The supportive outburst suggests Lohan is already back in rehab--just days after checking out of the Promises facility in Malibu, California.
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