He lasted longer than we thought he would.

While Steve Honig - who began working with the troubled star in May 2011 - refused to reveal why he resigned, it comes after a damaging few months for Lohan, which have seen her questioned over a car accident, accuse her mother of taking cocaine and foil an intervention attempt by her father.

He told the New York Daily News yesterday: "It was last night. I really feel very firmly that it's private and I don't want to say anything." That's OK, Michael Lohan is bound to fill in TMZ at some point.

Mr. Honig was the first publicist to work with Lindsay after she parted ways with her previous spokesperson, Leslie Sloane, in 2010. You know, after all the stints in rehab etc.

It was recently revealed that Michael Lohan is seeking a conservatorship for Lindsay. He's convinced his daughter has resumed abusing drink and drugs, and after trying to stage an intervention last Friday (19.10.12) he is trying to go through the courts to get a conservator appointed to look after her.

Michael claims his daughter is hanging out with the wrong people, including her mother, Dina.

He is not requesting he be made conservator - an appointed person who has legal control over the subject - as he doesn't want to be in control of Lindsay's finances, so people can accuse him of going after her "money." Michael has told his lawyer the first thing he plans once there is a conservatorship in place is to convince them to send Lindsay to rehab. He wants her to come out proper "clean" this time.

He also blames the people around Lindsay for helping to fuel her addictions. In fact, he's pretty much blaming everyone apart from himself.