Is Michael Lohan actually showing some signs of being remorseful? Or does he just have a pricey attorney telling him what to say?
According to the Father of the Decade, Lohan claims he's sorry for releasing those private and personal voicemails last year from his daughter and ex-wife.
Shockingly, Lindsay and Dina Lohan were both hurt by his release of the tapes. Was that really any surprise, Michael? But Poppa Lohan reveals:
“I just got a call from my daughter and she was very upset… Evidently she thinks I’m releasing another tape of a call to me. And I’m not. I’ve done a lot of stupid things in my life, whether it be with Lindsay, with Dina, with Erin, with people I love and care about, trusted or whatever or did the wrong thing. But… one of the biggest mistakes I ever made was releasing the tape of Lindsay and Dina.”
And according to Michael, he's already promised Linds and Dina that he won't be releasing any further tapes. He continues rambling on and says:
“I promised them I would never do it and I didn’t release another tape. Evidently, Lindsay read on the Internet that they’re releasing another tape, which they are not. They are obviously re-releasing the tape that was already released.”
And it seems he now wants the rest of the world to leave Lindsay alone before she ends up even worse. Adds Michael:
“There’s no sense in beating a dead horse. I sympathize with Brittany Murphy’s family, with Heath Ledger, with Michael Jackson, with Adam Goldstein and as of late, with Casey Johnson, and there is an issue here with prescription drugs, but why beat up my daughter again, why push this kid to the edge? Leave her alone. I did enough damage with that tape that no one has to re-release it.”
Where was this supposedly caring dad when she really needed him? More importantly though, why is anyone still interviewing Michael Lohan?
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