Lindsay Lohan: I Never Read Robinson Letter

Lindsay Lohan claimed in an interview with ‘Good Morning America’ correspondent Cat Deeley she never read the letter from Morgan Creek Productions CEO James G. Robinson, telling her she’d better stop partying and start showing up to the set of ‘Georgia Rule’ on time, or wind up in court. The segment, aired Friday (November 3), has since been removed from YouTube.

Lindsay Joins Keira For ‘Best Time Of Our Lives’

Variety reports Lindsay Lohan will join Keira Knightley in the film ‘The Best Time Of Our Lives’. The movie is based on the true story of the relationships among famous Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, his wife Caitlin (played by Lohan), his childhood friend Vera Phillips (played by Knightley) and her eventual husband, William Killick.

Lindsay Lohan’s Battle With Bulimia

In an interview with News of the World, Lindsay Lohan opened up about her battle with deadly eating disorders. “I was making myself sick. Sometimes being that thin doesn’t look healthy. I kind of didn’t realize that,” the 20-year-old confessed. “One time when someone asked me if I was OK I just started bawling. I knew I had a problem and just could not admit it. My arms were disgusting. I had no arms. I had people sit me down and say, ‘You’re going to die if you don’t take care of yourself’.”

Bruce Willis Warns Rumer: Stay Away From Lindsay Lohan

A source close to Bruce Willis tells Bill Zwecker of The Chicago Sun-Times the actor had a heated father-daughter conversation with his oldest daughter Rumer, now 18, about her friendship with party girl Lindsay Lohan. The insider said the “chat” was very animated and featured a few four-letter words, even though Bruce had in the past been linked to the much younger actress. While both of Rumer’s famous parents had relatively wild reputations when they were younger, “like all parents, they don’t want their kids making the same mistakes,” my source said.

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One thought on “Lindsay Lohan: I Never Read Robinson Letter

  1. Rich says:

    Sometimes people forget that celebrities are only people themselves and often due to their sheltered upbringing are less equipped to handle day to day challenges and thus behave poorly. I applaud Mr. Robinson for taking the initiative to show both his true professionalism and friendship in how he handled Lindsay. Perhaps this event will help contribute to a better overall behavioral pattern for her. I personally find her not only very attractive but very diverse and talented and I hope her life and career prove all that she and those that care for her hope it could be. I had a good friend who was celebrity as he was from a very, very famous family. Unfortunately he was not so fortunate as Lindsay and I could not influence him any different than his poor behavior and sadly he dies of a drug overdose. This further shows that we are all human and all subject to faults, shortcomings and the results of our actions

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