This is just like lighting a match, burning your fingers with it, and then whining to anyone who will listen about how upset you are that you're hurt while all the while taking no responsibility for your actions.
As we've reported on numerous occasions, Lindsay Lohan was up to her old tricks again all over fashion week, causing a ruckus and making scenes pretty much everywhere she went - to the point that she was shunned by party hosts and celebrities alike - and now, of course, her rep, Steve Honig, is crying to the media about how false all these stories are and how they hurt his client's feelings.
He says in a statement:
“Lindsay attended Fashion Week on business to see the collections, meet with designers, stylists and retailers and fulfill a few appearance commitments. She was extremely distressed at the level of media attention her presence attracted as well all the rumors that abounded during the week. These reports were completely false and made-up by people looking to exploit her for their own benefit and self-promotion.”
Insert eye roll here.
The sad truth is, it doesn't matter whether or not these stories are true - although we don't doubt that we are.
She's given the public NO REASON to not believe them, EVER.
Instead of getting out of Hollywood, taking time to herself away from the spotlight, and attempting to help herself with the massive amounts of therapy she clearly needs, she insists upon thrusting her way into the public eye and El Lay/New York pAArty scene any chance she can, embarrassing herself despite being already unhirable in the industry's eyes, and then refusing to take any accountability for her behavior.
Seriously? How long can you blame the big bad media for all of your problems, gurl?
If you don't want bad press, then we'd suggest not perpetually putting yourself in situations from which you can give people ammunition.
But everyone knows, Lindsay does what Lindsay wants, when Lindsay wants - regardless of the law, her career, and most importantly, her mental and physical health. It's not even worth discussing anymore because we seriously doubt she could change, even if she wanted to.
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Tags: bad press, delusional, fashion week, lindsay lohan, lost, negative, rep, sad, steve honig