"My impression of Lindsay is that she's a fragile lost child – a sleeping beauty with her head in the sand. I found her not fully forewarned of the consequence of her actions," he explained.
He added, "I'm concerned that she's not disciplined or tethered enough to the reality of adult consequences. She doesn't seem to have the awareness of what's going to befall her."
His requirements of Lindsay? "100 percent loyalty and zero tolerance for dishonesty." He said both Lindsay and Dina Lohan “didn't seem to understand the urgency and gravity of the situation."
Stuart said he met with Lindsay, her mother, and sister Ali for six hours, and Ali was the only one who asked “astute” questions. He noted Lindsay "was in a dangerous state. She started sobbing quietly. She was genuinely in pain,” he added.
He apparently even tried to convince her to move out of LA, which has become “a toxic environment for her,” but she didn’t seem open to the idea. "She was like Teflon to that comment," he said. "It just slid right off her. She seemed to have some inner deep sadness that that was her fate."
"My real worry for her is not just the jail time," added Goldberg, "but my fear is that she's overly susceptible to a probation system that's set up for her to fail."
Wow. Hearing a high-powered lawyer speak this way about Lindsay really puts things in perspective. Even when her daughter is going to jail, Dina is still in denial and playing the victim. Stuart is right—Lindsay is a lost girl right now. And jail/rehab this time around may be too late.