Calum McSwiggan is adamant that he's not faking his alleged attack.
"I went to the police and now apparently I'm a criminal."
However, the police have revealed that they have video
[Image via Calum McSwiggan/Instagram.]
This is just beyond!
This afternoon, after arriving for her duties extra early, Lindsay Lohan decided to do something nice for the folks she's working with at the El Lay morgue. She popped for lunch, having her assistant bring In-N-Out Burger for the entire staff, and then had cupcakes delivered directly to the morgue from Magnolia Bakery.
So fancy! So generous! So … transparent, which is exactly why Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter had the cupcakes turned away upon delivery! After the treats were sent back, Winter explained to the press:
"It's unacceptable. We're not here to accept food."
ORLY? Then how come a barrell of burgers was able to pass through your doors unnoticed?! A source close to the situation reveals:
“Lindsay is attempting to make amends for her actions yesterday, and wanted to buy lunch from In-N-Out for the staff. It was important to her to do this, and she wants to just perform her court ordered community service at the morgue. She is taking this very seriously. Lindsay is interacting with staffers, and performing all duties as assigned. It's manual labor, but Lindsay isn't complaining. She is being a real trooper and has apologized for the media that is camped outside the building because of her."
Innerstingly enough, Lindsay actually denied having the cupcakes delivered to the morgue. Maybe she was embarrassed that her good deed went
It's nice to see that Lindsay is trying to make amends, but we think its important for her to learn that she can't buy her way out of this one. She has to work hard, be punctual and then we'll maybe she'll make the right impression to sway Judge Stephanie.
[Image via WENN.]