While Lindsay Lohan has been told to avoid Barbara Walters like a crack plague, Dina Lohan has decided to take it upon herself to begin the Lohan family promotional duties for Lifetime’s Liz & Dick. Dina appeared on last night’s episode of Entertainment Tonight, and it was another cracked-out doozy. Dina managed to fit several mountains of crackie delusion into just a few short minutes. She touched on Lindsay’s (recorded) phone call to her father about Dina being “on cocaine.” Dina talked about the Barbara Walters situation. And Dina also mentioned all of the similarities between Lindsay Lohan and Elizabeth Taylor, saying, “It’s uncanny, the similarities between Lindsay and Elizabeth…” No. No it is not uncanny. It’s offensive to speak that way about a legend.
Did Lindsay Lohan lie about her mother having an alleged cocaine problem? Dina Lohan sets the record straight for ET’s Christina McLarty.
“Absolutely lied. We were having an argument, it escalated,” explains Dina of their October altercation which was recorded by her father, Michael Lohan. “She just wanted to hurt me at that moment. You know, mothers [and] daughters, we fight.”
Dina tells Christina that it pained her to see that private family moment “go public and viral.” As for accusations that she uses cocaine, Dina replies, “I hate cocaine. I don’t do cocaine.”
After Lindsay proclaimed that she was not being truthful about her accusations against her mother about cocaine use, Dina says, “I’m so proud of her for telling the truth because it destroyed me. I mean, I cried for weeks. It just hurt me so bad and she knew how horrible that was, and she came clean and told the truth that she lied. I’m very proud of her for that, which is very difficult to have to do.”
Dina adds, “There’s so much more to the story than the public sees, and it takes its toll on my children and myself, and we’re just trying to move forward.”
“It just hurt me so bad and she knew how horrible that was, and she came clean and told the truth that she lied. I’m very proud of her for that, which is very difficult to have to do.” THE PROOF IS IN THE FACTS!! “She came clean and told the truth that she lied” is amazing. Of course it should be “She came clean and told a lie about the truth.” But it’s typical Dina to praise her crackhead daughter – “I’m very proud of her for that, which is very difficult to have to do” – for absolutely no g—damn reason. Why is Dina proud of Lindsay? Because Lindsay called her mother a cokehead and then issued a crack-denial? Ugh, this family.
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