For a show still reeling from the recent drug relapse and death of former cast member Jeff Conaway, "Celebrity Rehab" isn't looking to stop courting controversy in season five.
The new cast has been announced, and it may be one of the most potentially explosive yet - and that's saying something for a show that has already featured Dennis Rodman, Mackenzie Philips, and Rodney King.
Heading up season five is none other than Michael Lohan, who hopes to set a positive example (too late?) for his troubled and currently house-arrested daughter, Lindsey.
Lohan is joined by fellow Long Island scandal-maker Amy Fisher, former New York Yankee pitcher Dwight Gooden, actress and walking paparazzi goldmine Bai Ling, Catwoman-stalker Sean Young, "Baywatch" star Jeremy Jackson, and "Survivor" All-Sar Jessica "Sugar" Kiper.
Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler rounds out the cast, marking his third attempt at treatment with host Dr. Drew Pinsky. Adler had a less-than-successful run on season two of "Rehab" (Pinksy recommended Adler be committed to a psychiatric hospital) and an even lesser-than-successful run on the "Rehab" spin-off "Sober House" (he was arrested after getting violent with fellow cast mates).
Season five of "Celebrity Rehab" premieres June 26th at 10 PM (ET) on VH1.