Lindsay Lohan's dad thinks it was a "good move" for her to strip naked for Playboy.
Michael Lohan insists he has no problem with his 25-year-old daughter's decision to bare all in the pages of Hugh Hefner's famous men's magazine, as long she's comfortable with her decision.
In an episode of Dr. Drew Pinsky's TV show, Lifechangers, which will air on December 28, he said: "It's a move in a direction where she's working. If she's happy with it, I'm happy with it."
Although he says he's comfortable with her shoot, Michael admits he hasn't seen it and doesn't want to.
As Dr Drew pulled out an image of the magazine cover, Michael said: "I haven't seen it and I never look at it, any of it. There she is. Do I have to close my eyes?"
Michael, 51, also refuses to watch any of Lindsay's more racy movies, especially if they involve her acting in a sexual way.
He added: "I heard it's classy [the Playboy shoot]. She did some movies that were a little risque at times and I couldn't even go to the movies and watch it. I wanted to, but I couldn't."
Lindsay's cover issue of Playboy has been selling out in shops across the U.S. and has been a huge success.
She was paid a reputed $1 million for the shoot, which features her stylized as Marilyn Monroe.