UNDATED (AP) -- Two years before her arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence, Lindsay Lohan taped a P-S-A warning about the dangers of driving drunk.
In one of the takes posted on T-M-Z-dot-com, Lohan laughs after a member of the pop group A Simple Plan says "please don't drink and drive."
Lohan ends the P-S-A by saying "be safe" and giving the peace sign.
Lohan is now in rehab. Her father tells E! she's being treated for a problem with alcohol and the painkiller OxyContin.
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