The numbers are in and the big question is finally answered... Well, kind of!
Was The Interview a success?
So, how much, exactly, did it make for Sony?
And finally, the
world justice system has thrown their hands up with Lindsay Lohan's outright REFUSAL to cooperate!
In light of the hard-pAArtying former actress once again blowing off her scheduled community service at the El Lay county morgue, and then releasing her latest bull shit excuse that's already been debunked via her representative and her Twitter, there's pretty much no question that she's heading back in the slammer.
And just in case she thinks she'll slither out early because of overcrowding, the El Lay County Sheriff Lee Baca has confirmed that regardless of this reality, he will ENSURE that LiLo serves time!
The Lindsay Lohan case, as we all know, is an example of the perils of drug abuse, and she's a very sick lady. The question is, if she came to jail, would we be able to help her recover from her addiction? Now we do have programs, but she would have to be in there for a lengthy period of time, perhaps 60 days or more. And of course, as you know, we had Robert Downey Jr. about ten years ago in the system. It took a while for him to recover, but it really speaks to the larger issue, as far as I'm concerned, and that is: are we handling drug addiction in a way that's more significant to the recovery process than the punishment process?
Yes, we do have room for her…I think that the Judge is expressing what she should in that is frustration with not knowing what to do with someone like Lindsay Lohan. You know, she missed nine volunteer service appointments that she was supposed to make to show that she's on the track of recovery, and yet it speaks volumes to the fact when someone has the kind of problems that she does, she may not even be reliable to even focus on the things that she's supposed to focus on. It does seem to me like her addiction is overwhelming for her.
Yeah - that's the understatement of the decade!
We're just finally glad that all parties involved in her sentencing are realizing that she is actually INCAPABLE of not fucking up or getting into trouble, and are ready to lay down the law - whether she like it or not! Enough is enough!
We still think Judge Stephanie needs to section 12 this mess and have it extended past three days.
CLEARLY, nothing else has worked!
What do U think?? What would U do with La Lohan and her ridiculous, pathologically dishonest shenanigans?
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