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Michael Lohan Tried To Stage An Intervention For Lindsay Or Else Just Wanted Press
amazingly caring and wonderful father , Â estranged baby daddy of Lindsay Lohan, drove to her house in Beverly Hills to try and stage an intervention and to talk to TMZ. Because if you are worried your kid has a raging drug and booze problem, most interventionists highly suggest you get the press involved as part of the healing process.
From our friends at TMZ.com:
Michael LohanÂ and several others showed up at Lindsay’s house Friday afternoon … believing she has fallen off the wagon … and they believe that’s why she has become a no-show for post-production work on her upcoming movie, “The Canyons.”
We spoke to Michael outside Lindsay’s place … and he said his daughter is surrounding herself with “a bunch of alcoholics and drug addicts.”
Michael also claims Lindsay’s entire team is on board with the intervention, though we cannot confirm that.
Clicky the above link to see the video where Michael express sadness and concern about his daughter’s hanging out with “alcoholics and drug addicts” and marvel at what a swell dad he is.
I’ve decided that Brett Easton Ellis should adopt Lindsay. Or more specifically, the fictional character of Patrick Batemen, should adopt Lindsay. When Lindsay missed an important part of post-production, referencing hisÂ American PsychoÂ character, EllisÂ tweetedÂ Thursday, “Patrick Bateman has just headed over to Lindsay Lohan’s hotel to confront her as to why she missed her f–king ADR on ‘The Canyons’ today…”
Poor Lindsay obviously needs a whole bunch of tough love, and maybe being visited and threatened by a serial killer, even though he is fictional, is what Lindsay needs. I’m already convinced that Brett Easton Ellis is a better and more caring person for Lindsay than either Michael or Dina Lohan.
I like Lindsay. I loved Mean Girls. I thought Lindsay was so freaken’ darling as a little girl. I also want her to get help, but if I were her, I wouldn’t listen to Michael Lohan either.
(photo: The Parent Trap)