You’ll never guess who got fall-down cracked-out at the Ischia Film Festival.

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I saw this photos yesterday but… I don’t know, I guess I wasn’t in the mood to talk about Lindsay Lohan and how she got blitzed in Ischia, Italy for no real reason. She’s so wasted in these photos that I think the photographer got a contact high. She was so wasted, she was busted-ass falling-down at the part for The Disappearance of Eleanor RigbyGO HERE to see those photos. I’m including a few in this post – according to Fame/Flynet, she was falling and flailing all over the place and then she got into an argument with a paparazzo. Classic Cracken.

Why did Lindsay even come to the Ischia Film Festival? It’s not like she has any films to promote (ha). It’s not like she’s getting an award (ha). It’s not like she wants to be a celebrity, right? That’s what she told the BBC – she has moved to London because they treat her like she’s a real actress, a real artist. She’s not some celebrity who goes to the opening of an envelope. She’s not some international party girl who shows up to B-list events around Europe on the arm of shady sheiks and arms dealers. She’s an artist! An artist who gets fall-down drunk at film festivals. I bet she was so embarrassed she had to do a few lines in the bathroom.

So, congrats, England. Lindsay Lohan is your problem now. As an American, I truly apologize. It’s going to be a mess, I’m sure. And if you need to deport her… well, we’ll understand.

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Photos courtesy of WENN, Fame/Flynet.

 

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  1. NewWester says:

    Her hands look really bruised from all the falling down she has been doing. Also as another commenter posted Rose McGowan is starting to look like Lindsay!

  2. Jackslady says:

    Lindsay Lohan…what can you say? She will never grow up. Nothing that has been done for her rehab , Oprah , etc . has made a damn difference. She doesn’t care so why should we ?

  3. lisa2 says:

    I know I’m in the low minority.. but I really think she just tripped. I actually hope she is doing better and is able to get her career back on track and prove people wrong.

    but she is going to have a tough climb because people will forever be looking for something to zing her on. I get it. But like I said I am kind of rooting for her to make.

    • BangersandMash says:

      Agreed.

      I think she was just caught in a clumsy moment.

      • TG says:

        That is what I understood from the news of this yesterday. She just tripped not because she was drunk. But who knows and I don’t really care about her enough to defend her but I do like this site and yes I know it is gossip so nothing is always guaranteed to be 100% but I don’t want to read fabricated stories.

    • Becky says:

      Me too. It’s only one photo. The one time I went to an awards’ show, I tripped on my heels. I’m still embarassed. It happens. I don’t even drink. Even cracked out messes sometimes trip.

      • kri says:

        Sure, people trip-esp. in high heels and slippy floors. But look at her face. Her eyes are rolling about independently of one another, and her mouth is hanging open. I’m going with wasted. Sorry, but this train wreck is heading for a playhouse near you, Londoners.

    • Pandy says:

      I th8ik she was out of it. She looks pretty glassy-eyed in a few pix. Move that cone …

    • Erinn says:

      Yeah, but look at the first photo. She looks wasted. Look at the photo of her and the guy, too – serious drunk eye going on.

    • QQ says:

      Problem is Lindsay Trips more than the average human, shoot, she trips more than jLaw on Oscar’s beat…. Every time she wears shorts is a mess of bruises and an “oh i fell doing ____________ (code for “Serving on Yachts”)

    • Tom says:

      Lisa,I agree about wishing her the best. Hopefully she will sort herself out. But it’s bordering on naive to think she falls over all the time because she is clumsy. A few weeks ago she photographed with bruised and cut legs. That’s happened so many times over the years, i don’t know anybody who falls over like this all the time and is a sober person.
      . If you take into account that she practically is a fixture on the London nightclub scene it’s really really hard to believe She is in a good place. Good luck to her though, but I think she needs to learn how to stay away from clubs to get better.

      • wolfpup says:

        When she’s sick and tired of her life with drugs, she will have the option of change, and not until then. She knows everyone else wants that to happen, but that just isn’t enough for a person who is addicted. There are huge issues underlying her addiction, but all her words just seem like brou-haha (?), and she does not seem vulnerable enough, to look into the well of her despair.

        It’s kind of mean, but her life is the movie she is making, that she will not get paid for. We just watch, what looks like mere cockiness. Poor thing, thinks she is special. When she becomes merely human, like the rest of us, she will have the potential for change.

      • The Other Katherine says:

        I know sober people who fall as often, but they tend to have diseases like Meuniere’s or multiple sclerosis. Lohan *could* have such an illness, but more likely she just gets falling-down drunk on a regular basis. I had to mention the illness thing, though, because a lot of people who have illnesses that cause lack of coordination and/or balance are regularly mistaken for drunk by ignorant members of the public.

    • janie says:

      I feel the same way, hopefully she just slipped? I couldn’t walk or stay upright in those heels, and I don’t drink. She’s been given another chance, I’m still rooting for her.

    • FLORC says:

      I have a greater chance of tripping after a drink. Picking up my feet becomes more of an afterthought in the walking process after some drinks.

      LiLo drinks. She drinks Vodka like water. To drink as much as she’s been said to and for how long this has been said she could be easily dependent on spirits. To go off of them withdrawl would be noticable for her since she’s always in the public eye.

      P.S.
      Canada gave the USA Beiber. The USA gave the UK Lohan. What will the UK give Canada?…

    • Tiffany :) says:

      I think that hoping for the best with her is very kind and sweet, and your intent should be celebrated. I am a little too cynical, though. LL couldn’t even stay sober while on camera during her reality show. This woman’s record includes a decade of alcoholism and 9 trips to rehab, and multiple DUIs. If she will grab a bottle of wine when she knows Oprah cameras are aimed at her, why should we believe that she wouldn’t grab a bottle when no one is there?

      While falling isn’t “proof” that she isn’t sober, based on her history, a person has pretty good odds guessing that she isn’t sober at any given moment. It is just the logical conclusion of seeing the same pattern repeated over and over for 10 years.

      • Kate2 says:

        Yeah, I long ago passed the stage of rooting for her. I think she’s an entitled party girl. Yes, her parents have a lot to do with her problems but at some point you can’t blame others for your issues. Maybe that makes me an uncaring bitch but I’ll live with that.

  4. Green Is Good says:

    Dignity, Strawberry Snortcake. Go find some.

  5. Faye says:

    I feel that classic line from Casablanca is apropos here. “Lohan partying and falling down is going on here? I am shocked. Simply shocked!”

  6. FranticallyBored says:

    Oh, Lindsay. Such promise. Such a waste.

  7. Abbott says:

    If the carpet had only gotten out of her way! It’s not Lindsay’s fault! And, and she was just picking up her new script that fell! Yeah, that’s it… her WOODY ALLEN script that fell out of her bag. Because she’s an ACTRESS. A muse to the most prolific directors in Hollywood. How dare you suggest she was drunk!

  8. whatsmyname? says:

    I don’t understand people who keep saying she looks good these days. She still looks like a hot ass mess, just because she looks better doesn’t mean she looks GOOD.

    http://i.imgur.com/DVSMUdq.gif ahhhh

  9. Mia4S says:

    Ack! She was at the Elenor Rigby party? James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain weren’t there right?! And if they were I assume they were immediately evacuated to safety?!

  10. Kiddo says:

    This is just depressing and pitiable if she is wasted and didn’t simply lose her balance. I can’t take pleasure in someone’s literal and metaphorical down fall. I don’t want to hear how she was found dead in a hotel room like Whitney, later on.

  11. Amelia says:

    (To the tune of London Bridge is falling down)

    Lindsay Lohan’s falling down,
    falling down, falling down,
    Lindsay Lohan’s falling down,
    she’s such a lay-deeee.

    But Zoe* won’t approve of that,
    approve of that, approve of that,
    Zoe won’t approve of that,
    because she can open a jar of pickles on herrr owwwnnn.

    Feel free to join in, folks.

    *See the links below for context regarding jars and ladies. http://www.celebitchy.com/340924/zoe_saldana_wants_a_new_rack_i_wouldnt_mind_buying_myself_a_pair/ & http://www.celebitchy.com/339621/zoe_saldana_im_a_lady_not_a_giddy_little_girl/

  12. TheOriginalKitten says:

    I love British people. They don’t deserve this.

  13. Brin says:

    Blame it on the poor lighting, Lilo (and the coke).

  14. eliza says:

    I still do not understand the industry’s or public’s fascination with this idiot. I say this all the time, she was a cute kid actress, she has never been a good actress.

    Her eyes and face tell me all I need to know. This foolish woman is still using.

  15. Talie says:

    I don’t know what the legal system is like in London, but I don’t hear about many of their Lindsay-like counterparts ending up in jail.

  16. PunkyMomma says:

    She looks to be near forty, not late twenties. It looks to be a sad and inevitable conclusion for Lindsay.

  17. MinnFinn says:

    I always feel like she needs to be re-parented and re-do her teen years by moving in with a loving, stable, substance-free family for a few years. And her do-over should include attending high school full-time by starting in the 10th grade and going all the way through.

    It makes me so sad that every time I glance at the latest media about her I think this will have a tragic ending.

    • swack says:

      Can we PLEASE get over the fact that she had sh!tty parents? She’s 28 and needs to start acting like a grown up. My daughter has a friend that had sh!tty parents, became emancipated at 16, finished high school and went on to college. She is a productive citizen and is one of the nicest, humblest people I know. Lindsey has had more than enough opportunities to straighten herself out and chooses not to do so. So let’s put the blame where it goes – on Lindsey.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        ..but she might not have turned out like that if she grew up in Hollywood and was surrounded by enablers and had access to endless money and drugs.

        I agree that the blame shouldn’t lie squarely on her parents–Lindsay has to shoulder some of the responsibility and environmental as well as genetic factors also play a part—but her parents definitely lit the flame for this epic Bonfire of Doom.

      • wolfpup says:

        Even though her parents should own a great deal of responsibility for how they failed their daughter, Lindsey doesn’t seem to have a sense of self, other than her fame. And the drugs that she is getting from her doctors are not working. Maybe she is bi-polar or needs anti-depressants. But to throw benzo’s and adderal at her, only feeds the part of the addiction, that just wants to her zone out of the deeply personal nightmare she is having. How will she learn to love herself enough to care? Addiction is about despair.

      • MinnFinn says:

        swack – There’s theory and practice. And in theory, I agree with you completely. And to be clear, my view that she needs re-parenting does not mean that being a mess at age 28 justifies blaming her parents or absolves her of taking adult responsibility for herself.

        But in practice, nothing else has worked and to me she seems like a very immature, drug addled 9th grader. Multiple visits to rehab and court plus a reality show and mentoring from Oprah (charity from Oprah imo) have not worked. Telling Lindsey to grow up won’t work either and just because other kids like your daughter’s amazing friend did that all by herself, doesn’t mean everyone can do it. I believe re-parenting is what she needs to get out from under this. She could could get something close to that by going to long term residential rehab that focuses on teens and very young adults. A neighbor’s kid (age 21) is in a 2 year residential treatment program that is just for teens up to 22. Like Lindsey, he was about as mature as a 9th grader so this place sounds much better for him than the typical adult rehab.

      • Tom says:

        Leighton from gossip girl was born in prison to drug dealers. You can have a bad beginning and rise above it.
        I think Lindsay would do better if people stopped blaming her parents as awful as they are we are talking about a woman who is pushing 30 here. At a certain point she has to be responsible for her own choices. Taking responsibility for your actions is part of growing up and owning who you are. It’s the only way someone like Lindsay can move forward.

      • Hanna says:

        At what age can you no longer blame your parents for your life? I think 23-28, depending on maturity. At that point you have to wake up and take it upon yourself to become who you want to be. There is nothing more pathetic than a forty year old who talks about their parents’ failures more than their own.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        I think that the purpose of parenting is getting kids ready for adulthood. The biggest sign of adulthood: taking responsibilty for your actions and choices. Lindsey has not learned this. I don’t think she needs more coddling, she has had plenty of that from her parents. What she needs is to understand responsibilties, actions and consequences. I don’t think this needs to come from a parental-type of relationship or a time warp back to the teen years. What every addict needs is a “bottom” or a point of clarity and realization that THEY must CHOSE to be sober. She hasn’t hit bottom because she is enabled with money.

        IMO, I think a lifestyle change would be the only thing that could give her that moment of clarity. If she had to live like a middle/low income woman, I think she would realize the value of sobriety very quickly.

      • swack says:

        @minnfinn, thanks for the further explanation but I don’t believe Lindsey would agree to a long term residential treatment program. She barely made her last 90 days and even then had to change rehab facilities because the first one would not allow her to have Adderall. Much of Lindsey’s problem is that she doesn’t think she has a problem and so rejects any help she is offered. She has not hit her bottom line and I don’t believe she will get well until she does and then that may be too late. I realize telling her to grow up won’t mean anything but it is what she has to do.

      • TheOriginalKitten says:

        If she’s a true addict (which we really don’t know for certain at this point), lack of money will not stop her from getting her fix–I can tell you that much with 100% certainty.

        As far as parents go, I think in a lot of ways we never escape our parents. My 68-year-old mother is an amazing person who suffered through a very volatile and tragic childhood but managed to rise above. To this day she still talks about incidents that happened during her childhood that cemented who she is as an adult.

        That being said, Lindsay’s life has been quite privileged compared to my mother’s–who grew up surrounded by poverty and violence.

        Still, not everyone has the same coping mechanism. My mother’s fortitude allowed her to carve her own path and make a wonderful life for herself. Is this inner strength learned behavior, genetic, or environmentally-created? That’s a philosophical question that I’m not sure has any real definitive answer.

        Part of the reason that Lohan has no sense of accountability is because she’s modeled her behavior after her mother’s. The lies, excuses, denials, and justifications–this is what Dinah taught her from a very young age.
        But I can say one thing–issues like Lindsay’s generally require a more complex solution beyond merely “taking responsibility”. There’s a lot that would need to happen for her to turn things around at this point and with her established pattern of behavior and the people she surrounds herself with, I don’t see that happening anytime soon.

      • Tiffany :) says:

        From multiple experiences, I have seen addicts find their “bottom” when something they deeply care about is effected by their choices. For example, a wife and mother abused alcohol for over a decade until the divorce proceedings forced her to move out of her home. No longer getting health care and rent paid for by her spouse, she realized that she needed to be sober enough to go to work in order to pay rent and not be homeless. It is why enabling is considered to be so detrimental to addicts. Suffering the consequences gives perspective, and enabling eliminates consequences. I wasn’t saying a change in finances would keep her from getting alcohol, but perhaps it would enable a shift in her perspective so that she could see the two paths that lay before her (sober and not sober). It seems her lifestyle is the most important thing to her, and I wonder if it could be a wake up moment for her if that lifestyle was threatened or greatly changed.

        I think taking responsibilty is a part of addiction. Addiction is certainly complex, but I think for every person that has overcome addiction, they have a moment where they realize the power is in their hands. A person’s life history doesn’t matter as much as the single moment when they decide to imbibe, or not. When they chose to work out their internal problems instead of numbing them away. At the end of the day, how to overcome addiction is still a puzzle to be figured out, why some tactics work for some and not for others. I have gathered some insight along the way, but I know I certainly don’t have all the answers! :)

    • Zwella Ingrid says:

      I can’t help it. I like her and feel sorry for her. I keep hoping that somehow she will begin to desire sobriety, and turn herself around. I’m pulling for her. She has had so many chances. I’m sad for her that she has chosen not to try to get well.

    • Tiffany :) says:

      MinnFinn, I think that is what Oprah assumed too. Just get her in a place surrounded by people who REALLY want to help her and she will take to sobriety like a duck in water. But that never happens. It doesn’t appear that environment is her problem, it is herself and her choice not to get sober.

  18. kcarp says:

    Poor girl she must have had a bad reaction from a prescription medicine, fruit juice, and shell fish. I would also say she probably has a small case of exhaustion from the play rehearsals.

    Get Well Soon!!

  19. Mike says:

    How is she still alive? She has been in one long drunk crack haze for at least 6 years. How much can a body take?

  20. pnichols says:

    How does she have money?? I am honestly asking this question.

  21. serena says:

    Dear god.. please don’t come to Italy, possibly ever again, we already have enough crackheads.

  22. db says:

    She’s truly a lost soul, poor thing. On the other hand, she’s annoying as fack.

  23. Bucky says:

    While I think she is deserving of all the shade, she was, in fact, picking up an award. So, I mean, they invited her. There are several pictures of her holding the statue she received.

  24. Annie says:

    Man, that close up. Her skin is awful.

  25. K.B. says:

    How dare you question this serious thespian’s social behavior?! She just took too many vitamins is all. The shoe designer and tile layer should be ashamed for setting her up to fall (literally).

    Poor Lindsay. She just can’t catch a break!

  26. Babalon says:

    The what festival? Huge lol. Okay, Lohan, good luck with obscurity.

  27. bettyrose says:

    Since she’s in London on a permanent tourist visa, does the national health system have to serve her regardless of ability to pay? I mean, the girl is accident prone.

  28. Chrissy says:

    Why does she always look so dirty???? Ewwww

  29. Jasmine says:

    Why does she always have bruises and scabs all over her?! Look at her hand

  30. Wooley says:

    Maybe she is suffering from constipation…the bloat from that can be terrible/give impression of baby bump.

  31. Olenna says:

    Poor thing, toe up from da flo up. I just don’t understand how she physically keeps going like this. I mean her no ill will, but jeezus, why can’t she just stay out of the spotlight while she’s self-destructing?

  32. snowflake says:

    lindsey is commited to her sobriety and her career comeback. it is clearly the photographer’s fault. lol

  33. Izzy says:

    If you have to deport her… send her to Russia. We don’t want her back.

  34. Bread and Circuses says:

    I got all excited because I thought that was the “mullet dress” that Lindsay borrowed and then chopped up with scissors, but no, it is a different dress.

    (http://www.celebitchy.com/281492/lindsay_lohan_borrowed_an_expensive_gown_returned_it_in_a_cracked-out_tatters/)

  35. judykay says:

    I give her a year and the headlines will be about her death. Then they will make her out some damn saint and it was all her parents fault. Poor Lindsy my ass. England will be glad when she is gone. Probably deport her for buying drugs.

  36. Mzizkrizten says:

    Her tattoos are so pointless, it just looks like someone drew on her while she was passed out.

  37. Birdie says:

    She actually received an award.

  38. Liz says:

    In spite of all the drugs and late nigh partying, Lindsay’s face doesn’t look too bad. Her eye area is very striking. She used to be gorgeous!

  39. mazomazohyst says:

    Oh holy crack! Doesn’t she have a mirror? I guess it’s safe to say that she doesn’t have a stylist.

    Also, this raging narcissist will go everywhere where she thinks she will be admired. Poor thing can’t tell the difference between ridicule and admiration anymore. :/

    Some day some psychologist is going to write a book about the Lohans as an example about dysfunctional families and the downside of child stardom. The Guidebook for parents with famous children: How to avoid the Lohan-Effect and still milking your child’s career for every last drop of money.

  40. Tess says:

    I don’t think this is just drunk. To me she looks like she’s on heroin. Look at her eyes. She has no pupils. Not saying she’s not also drunk or cracked out…