Michael Lohan made his feelings known about Lindsay Lohan's late-night arrest, exclusively telling ET that he knew an incident like this was in the cards once she rebuffed his attempted intervention in October.
Dina tells ET, "Instead of rushing to a camera or a microphone, wouldn't my ex's alleged parental concerns to protect our daughter be better served by handling her challenges privately. Why would Lindsay trust a parent who tapes and sells her private recordings, a father who shows up by himself with a television crew to force his entry into her home for an 'intervention' -- an 'intervention' I KNEW NOTHING ABOUT."
She adds, "Before you go to the press a minute after our daughter's headlines hits the airwaves, take a pause Michael, stop injecting yourself into every story, as this once again proves to your daughter, your sole desperate agenda is in keeping yourself relevant."
Lohan was arrested around 4 a.m. on November 29 after allegedly punching a woman at the Chelsea nightclub Avenue. Lohan was released from jail this morning with a desk appearance ticket for third-degree assault charges.