These are some outtakes from Linnocent’s cracked-out photo shoot in Miami, back in May before her “house arrest” started. You may remember that she flew down to Miami and seemingly partied her ass off for days under the auspices of “working”. Her “work” is now just being a budget, cracked-out model, this time for a cover piece with Plum Miami Magazine. Many people used to say about Linnocent’s photo shoots, “Well, the camera still loves her, despite the fact that she’s a cracked-out mess.” Not so much anymore.
Anyway, I put this in the links yesterday, but it deserves its own post – Radar got the exclusive “excerpt” from Linnocent’s Plum Miami piece. I shall call this article “Portrait of a Crackhead Catastrophe”:
Lindsay Lohan’s lifestyle is brilliantly put to words by Plum Miami writer Jacquelynn D. Powers in an incisive new magazine story titled The Long Goodbye, detailing how the actress showed the author both sides of her personality, for better or for worse, on a recent trip to South Florida.
Powers tells the story of how she shadowed the Mean Girls star for a few days, with a photoshoot and last but not least, an interview scheduled at the end of the weekend trip, prior to Lindsay beginning her 35-day house arrest sentence earlier this summer.
With sharp, unflinching words, Powers described the juxtaposition that is LiLo — ranging from a charming, generous, personable star-of-the-people, to an out-of-control Tinseltown snob constantly on the prowl for the next booze-drenched party.
Upon arriving at the Fort Lauderdale airport, Powers writes: “In the chauffeured Lincoln Navigator, it was all about puffing Parliament Lights and Miami chitchat with her entourage. Lindsay traveled with a revolving pack of pseudo-chaperones, whose most responsible member was her 17-year-old sister, Aliana.”
In another sequence, Lindsay, en route to one of the city’s top hot spots, shows off classic Hollywood arrogance despite being a long way from Sunset Boulevard.
“As we pulled up to the Fontainebleau, a bright-orange parking cone was blocking the entrance,” Powers writes. “Not accustomed to waiting, apparently, she lowered the car’s window and shouted, ‘Move that cone. I’m Lindsay Lohan.’ And it was done. This foreshadowed the arrogance and demanding personality she exhibited as her sweet-girl façade started slipping.”
During another moment of observation, Powers noted that “Lindsay’s aura — while professional — seemed almost melancholy. She was pretty and talented, albeit a little sad and weary. And constantly looking for drama, whether it was picking a fight with her younger sister … or freaking out over a lost pair of Zanotti heels.”
When she wasn’t looking for drama, Powers wrote, she was out painting the town red.
“Saturday was another night at LIV, and all that implies. Sunday was an all-day party in the penthouse and on the beach. When I arrived at The Raleigh at 7 p.m. to conduct my interview, even her handlers were incoherent. Car services were sent and rebuffed.
“Even Aliana departed, but Lindsay wouldn’t end the party … it was like watching the lights come on at a nightclub after-hours — not pretty.”
So how did the interview itself go?
“I never got my interview,” Powers wrote. “My associates and I were exhausted from the constant demands, drama, outbursts, cancellations and tsoris from the Lohan clique.”
It sounds like… I called it. Most of you called it too, to be fair. This is the kind of thing I think about whenever someone defends Linnocent’s behavior or gives her the benefit of the doubt: she doesn’t deserve it. THIS is how she behaves when she’s around a journalist – a cracked-out drama queen, an entitled little bitch, and a woman who still doesn’t know when to stop. It’s not sad. It’s pathetic, and I mean that in the most contemptuous way possible. Linnocent doesn’t deserve anything – no more “chances,” no more sympathy, no more attention, no more “work”. She’s just pathetic.
Oh, Plum Miami hasn’t released their cover or anything yet, but they did release a “behind the scenes” video of the photo shoot. Someone says something about how they didn‘t want to make Linnocent look like a “bad girl” - “We want to make her innocent and sweet.” So… I guess they did the photo shoot before the interview. BTW: HER LIPS. Jesus, her crack lips are so jacked. I can’t help but stare at them.
Photos courtesy of Alan Gelati/PLUM Miami, via Gelati’s website.