Especially when you read this quote. From Ethan Terra who just happens to be the o-owner of Dina Lohan’s production company.

“Lindsay has absolutely no qualms about getting work. She literally has a mountain pile of scripts to choose from. When she is ready, we’d like to see her take on a positive role; she is doing so amazingly well with her recovery.”

Mountain of scripts? Or a mountain of coke?


All this of course is in defence of Lilo after she was let go from Inferno, the porn star Linda Lovelace biopic. Lohan’s people claim it was her decision to back out of the project, even though the director Matthew Wilder, who exploited her as much as he could to generate publicity for the film, told the Hollywood Reporter that Lindsay was uninsurable.

Team Lohan has a different spin, as always, on the situation:

“It’s not fair in any way, shape, or form for those reports to be out there. Lindsay is 100 percent insurable, all she had to do was put up a fee as a bond then she would have been paid upon completion. I could insure her today. She was definitely not fired.”

Even in rehab the excuses, they never stop.

The fact of the matter is, insurance or not, there’s simply no NEED for Lindsay Lohan anymore. Others can do it better. And with less risk. That’s the problem with f-cking it all up when you’re just coming into your potential. It wasn’t ever fully realised. Which is why she never developed Her Thing. What Lindsay Lohan can do that no one else can.

I’d be more willing to buy this bullsh-t about her having a mountain of scripts to choose from if it was easily identifiable what Lindsay Lohan is that no one else is. But I can’t. She was reasonably cute, had good timing, could be likable, and speaks in a raspy voice. That’s never been unique.


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