Lindsay Lohan sat down with CNN correspondent Piers Morgan for an interview for UK's Daily Mail and she was surprisingly candid, answering Piers' personal questions while she relaxed in her pajamas on the balcony of a New York hotel, chain-smoking.

Morgan jumped right in, asking Linds about her dad Michael and his alcohol and drug abuse. Lindsay told him:

    "He won’t change. I just think there comes a point where you just kind of have to accept what it is. Whenever I do try to bring him back into my life, he creates chaos for me and uses it to his advantage. He’s been really good and then really crazy my whole life."

And then Lindsay spoke about drugs, saying she's tried cocaine "maybe four or five times in [her] life,":

    "I don’t like it. It reminds me of my dad. I took it four times in a period from about the age of 20 to 23, and I got caught twice." And about the other drugs she's done: "Pot, obviously. And ecstasy. I liked that better than the others (giggles). I didn’t drink on it, so I was just chilling. It’s something that a lot of people experience when they’re in college. I just should have known that being in the public eye, someone was bound to say something or try to make some money off it."

When asked about court-ordered rehab, she said it's a joke:

    "I’ve been court-ordered to do it six times. I could write the book on rehab. Constantly sending me to rehab is pointless. The first few times I was court-ordered to rehab it was like a joke, like killing time ... They just asked me the same old questions I’d answered before."

Piers moved onto questions about Lindsay's sexuality. She dated DJ Samantha Ronson for years but she's been with men too, so, the question we all want the answer to ... is Lindsay gay?:

    "I like boys ... I like being in a relationship with a guy. But there’s something just different about it with a woman. When I was with Samantha (Ronson), I didn’t want to leave, because I didn’t want to be alone. It was very toxic. And her family controlled anything she did ... I still love her as a person ... I know I’m straight. I have made out with girls before, and I had a relationship with a girl. But I think I needed to experience that and I think I was looking for something different."

Morgan asks if she thinks three months in rehab will help her and she says it's New York that's helped her the most:

    "Being in New York has helped me. Just being with my family more, and being able to walk around and have more of a life."