Another piece to the already messed up puzzle.
Dawn Holland, the Betty Ford staffer who got into an altercation with Lindsay Lohan this week, isn't as innocent as she is making herself out to be, at least according to someone who knows her well - her ex-husband, Timothy Holland. Tim has come forward to give sources a little insight on the kind of woman Dawn is and suggest that Lindsay could be, in fact, getting framed by this woman he refers to as a "gold digger."
Tim accuses Dawn of having been a "monster" while they were married, "tearing the house up" and beating on him during her many tirades. He attributes her outbursts not only on her "violent" personality, but also her constant drug use!
Yes, he reveals that when he first met Dawn, she was "two years in recovery from drug addiction, specifically crack cocaine." Tim finally had enough of her abuse last year and had to get a restraining order to protect himself from her.
Whoa! You expect us to believe that none of this information came up during her employee background check?
When asked if he believed Dawn assaulted Lindsay the way LiLo has described, he admits he wouldn't be surprised and considers her perfectly "capable" of that kind of violence. He adds:
"She's a golddigger. When I met Dawn I had a $137-thousand dollars cash. When I was broke, Dawn left. My house was in foreclosure. Dawn is a gold digger. She used me. She took my money and she used it to her advantage. When i was broke she left."
Violent and after money & fame?! Not the best cocktail of personality traits to put so close to LiLo!
Even if this guy is simply out to cash in on the story himself like his ex-wife, we're starting to get the sense that Lindsay is telling the truth. These people obviously are lacking in the morality department and we just so want to believe that LiLo has changed for the better during her time in rehab.
We're rooting for you, honey.
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