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Lindsay Lohan tells Playboy she's learned from her mistakes

Lindsay Lohan attends the premiere Of THQ's "Saints Row: The Third" on Oct. 12, 2011, in Los Angeles. Valerie Macon/Getty Images

(CBS) She has  learned to be accountable for her mistakes, actress  Lindsay Lohan confided in an interview that accompanied her 10-page nude pictorial in Playboy magazine..

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The "Mean Girls" star, whose career has taken a backseat to her well-known legal problems including arrests for drunken driving, drug possession and theft, told Playboy she would have done things differently.

"Looking back, I probably would have listened to and taken more advice from the people whom I admire and would have followed through with it more," Lohan told the magazine.

"My stubbornness at 18- and 19-years-old got in the way," she said. "During the past five years, I've learned that time flies faster than you think, and because you only live once you have to learn from your mistakes, live your dreams and be accountable."

In November, Lohan was sentenced to 30 days in jail for violating her probation for criminal charges, but served less than a day in jail due to overcrowding. Playboy was her first interview since the incident.

In the interview, Lohan also addressed her sexuality and decision to pose for the magazine, saying, "Sex and sexuality are a part of nature and I go along with nature. I think Marilyn Monroe once said that."

The Lohan issue of Playboy hit its website on Saturday; the magazine will be on newsstands Dec. 16. Playboy decided to moved up the release of Lohan's issue after photos of her 1950s Marilyn Monroe-style spread leaked online, reports Reuters.

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