Lindsay Lohan used to ''sabotage'' the good things in her life.

The 'Mean Girls' actress - who has been through a series of legal woes and endured several stints in rehab in recent years - admits she can't help do things she knows are ''wrong'' for her, such as smoking.

Speaking to life coach and trainer AJ Johnson on her docuseries 'Lindsay', she said: ''Often I know what I'm doing is wrong but I go ahead and do it anyway.

''I used to sabotage things as soon as they started getting good.''

Also on the show, Lindsay had a furious row with its production company Pilgrim which saw her refuse to be filmed after they withdrew a promised advance for her to get a new apartment.

Producer Craig Piligian told her in a phone call: ''You and I have to have a better understanding because this is making me very frustrated.

''When you tell our production what you will and won't do, it doesn't work for me.''

However, the 27-year-old star protested: ''I never once said I'm not shooting it!''

Director Amy Rice then intervened to say: ''There's a fear we're not going to get this footage from you.''

Furious Lindsay replied: ''I was ready! You can't pull that s**t with me anymore. I am giving you no reason to feel that.

''So until I f*** up, you can't assume I am going to.''

The row was eventually resolved and Lindsay moved into an apartment, which she said was a ''relief''.

She said: ''It was such a relief to get the keys and finally have a place I can come home to.

''It was affecting my mental state, being in that [hotel] room, with all that clutter. It was hard.''