You may have heard that, the other (week)night, Lindsay Lohan and her mother Dina went out clubbing until approximately 4AM. Then you also may have heard that they got into a fight on the way home. Something about a bracelet getting broken and 911 being called and a domestic violence incident investigated by the police. It was all kind of hazy and crazy, but it sounded like classic Lohan business, so WHATEVER, right?.
Well. Enter Michael Lohan.
While Lindsay was in the car the other night, having this epic fight with her mother, she called her father in an attempt to “diffuse” the situation, apparently. Unbeknownst to her, however, he was recording the phone call. Aaaaaaand then he released it. To TMZ. Because of course he did. Here’s an excerpt as they discuss it on The View.
When I first listened to it, I thought it was a 911 call, and was very confused, but this makes much more sense. Kind of. I still don’t understand why Michael Lohan kept telling Linsday she was being kidnapped. (Is he drunk? He’s drunk.) I also don’t understand why Dina Lohan is such a trainwreck.
And what I understand the LEAST is that, now that the tape is out and everyone knows that Dina snorts coke with her daughter because LINDSAY SAID SO, and everyone knows that Dina is a piece of shit because we all HEARD HER SAY TO HER DAUGHTER “you’re dead to me” over money, and everyone knows that Lindsay is clearly a sad result of her toxic fucking family BECAUSE IT’S ON TAPE…what I can’t understand is that she’s now defending her mother. Fuck them BOTH, Lindsay. Walk AWAY.
“‘I think everyone kind of knows my father’s main objective has always been to discredit my mom and gain all he can to gain what he can from my name in a sensational and obvious hunger for fame,’ she said. ‘I’m ashamed for him. And it’s hurtful to me that he’s chosen this road to go with yet again. It’s unfortunate that I can’t just call my dad and have a conversation,’ the actress explained. Lindsay said she was ‘regretful’ about the argument with her mother, adding the she said things that were ‘really hurtful and untrue. My mom does not do cocaine, clearly, and that’s a fact. She’s an amazing woman.’”
So anyway, it’s official. I think I finally feel sorry for her.