Gotta stand up for his sister!
The famous father also rapped that he and the blonde beauty "might still have sex." Ugh.
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Remember how baffled we were when Lindsay Lohan somehow slithered her way into the J. Edgar premiere's after-party at the Hotel Roosevelt?
Well, apparently we weren't alone - because she wasn't supposed to be there, and her desperation to get back into the industry's good graces not only caused a scene, but made the real A-listers in attendance uncomfortable!
According to a source:
“Lindsay was arguing with the security to let her in, dropping every celebrity’s name to get in. She could be heard saying, ‘I have to go and see Leo.' Eventually they let her in, but she made everybody uncomfortable. She was aggressive and random, storming around. She tried to get to Leo, but he was surrounded by his security and a posse of his friends. Clint and Leo and Dustin Lance Black were talking, and Lindsay sent one of her aides over, demanding to get a photo with them, but security shooed them away."
Furthermore, the hard-pAArtying former actress apparently asked anyone she could to introduce her to Oscar-winning producer Brian Grazer, but alas, he had already left!
Of course, her tireless representative has already issued a denial, but we all know how authentic those have been in the past.
“She did not crash. She was invited by a guest who attended the event. I am not aware of her asking for photos with Leo or Clint. She was never asked to leave.”
Ah, yes! That's obviously what happened!
Glad you could clear that up for us!
Perhaps next time, the imaginary guest who invited her to even could help her focus on, you know, the TERMS OF HER PROBATION and her UPCOMING PRISON SENTENCE?!
Those Lohans! Desperate and consistent, if nothing else!
UPDATE: A Perezcious reader sez that Lindsay did NOT crash the party, but actually came with an "invited guest":
"Lindsay was cleared through a security checkpoint with her friend, an invited guest. I know because I was with her every second."
Good to know!
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