Rav Singh of News of the World claims that Lindsay Lohan fumed about someone hacking into her computer and “left a file on my desktop saying they had the pictures [ex boyfriend Calum Best] took of me naked” during an online chat on Google’s instant messaging service, Gmail. A friend said, “Lindsay’s had a turbulent time with Calum since they first met last year but she’ll be regretting posing for explicit pictures with him.” More likely, it was another online Lindsay imposter. Apparently this info was obtained from the owner of CelebSlam claiming to have chatted with the star after “someone hooked me up with Lohan’s email a while back” — but we’ve been through this before, with someone who went through a much more detailed scheme of creating a fake Myspace, fake celeb friends, and tricking some of her real friends.
Samantha Ronson Sues Perez & Celebrity Babylon Over Lohan Claims
The New York Daily News reports Samantha Ronson has filed a $20 million libel lawsuit against Jill Ishkanian, who runs the Sunset Photo and News Agency and the gossip bog CelebrityBabylon.com, and Mario Lavandeira, who operates PerezHilton.com. The famous DJ is suing over reports that the cocaine found in her pal Lindsay Lohan’s car after the car crash earlier this year was Ronson’s, and that Ronson was tipping off photographers about where Lindsay would be in exchange for money. Read more.
Lindsay Turns To Meditation And Prayer
Lindsay Lohan tells Tatler magazine she detests being known as a party girl and has turned instead to meditation, spiritual prayers and political philosopher Machiavelli. “It changed my life,” the 21-year-old said of her car crash, arrest and subsequent stay at Promises rehab. “I didn’t have a good grip on it and I needed to get my sh** together. I was going out too much and I had too much pressure on my shoulders. I was not that happy and I needed to go to that place to be happy. If I get stressed out I say a serenity prayer. I meditate too.”