A source claims to the site that the estranged parents of the troubled starlet, Dina and Michael Lohan, may be summoned to the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, California where the Mean Girls tar is receiving court-ordered treatment.
"Lindsay's counselors want to get Dina and Michael to Betty Ford for a series of sessions in the next few weeks. They feel like having her work through her family issues could help Lindsay’s recovery," the source said.
"Families are encouraged to participate in group therapy," the insider added.
When asked if this was true, Dina Lohan denied the rumor.
"Where did you hear that from? News to me!" she answered when contacted by the website.
Dina and Michael bitterly finalized their highly-publicized divorce in 2007 after 22 years of marriage. They have four children together: Lindsay, 26, Michael Jr., 25, Ali, 19, and Cody, 16.
The couple has remained on the outs since their tumultuous divorce, communicating with each other only through various media outlets.
When asked if he would be willing to attend a family therapy session, Michael said he would certainly comply. "I will gladly attend, like I've always wanted to."
"It's the only thing that will give Lindsay resolve and a chance to finally have her life and both parents back in her life," he added. "This is about Lindsay, not Dina or me. Our family needs healing and that’s the only way Lindsay is going to beat this.