"Dina Lohan and her three other children are very sadly disappointed with the ['Glee'] writers, and also disappointed that a huge celebrity such as Gwyneth Paltrow, would relay such a message about a contemporary," Stephanie Ovadia, attorney for Dina Lohan and her children, told Access Hollywood on Thursday.
During Tuesday night's episode, Gwyneth's substitute teacher character, Holly Holiday, attempted to teach her students Spanish by reciting sentences about Lindsay's trips to rehab, calling her "loca."
When asked if the family intends to take legal action against the hit FOX series, Ovadia told Access that, as of now, a course of action has not been discussed, but that she will be speaking with Dina this weekend.
Ovadia has worked on behalf of the Lohans in the past – she represented the family in their lawsuit against E*Trade for the company's Super Bowl commercial featuring a "milkaholic" baby named Lindsay. A confidential settlement was eventually reached between the respective parties involved.
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Lindsay is currently receiving treatment at the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage, Calif., where she is expected to stay until early January.
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