Lindsay Lohan Cuts Hair, Deals With Family Woes
Lindsay Lohan and a lanky companion who was NOT Samantha Ronson but actor Aaron Paul, 29, were spotted exiting the Andy Lecompte hair salon in Beverly Hills on Sunday.
Lohan, 22, whose hair has been a little out of control lately, was due for a wash and cut. She was also wielding a vat of Pepsi—is this product placement? Do Linds and Aaron seem to be a budding item? Study the body language in the video courtesy of Hollywood.tv and leave your take in comments.
Lez Lohan might have wanted to surrender to the soothing massage of the shampoo girl's hands, due to her recent family battles.
Father Michael Lohan, 48, has a new blog. The Christian ex-con used one of his first entries to lash out at daughter Lindsay and constant companion Ronson, 31. Linds recently posted a MySpace entry in which she brought up her father's revelation back in June that he fathered an illegitimate daughter during his marriage to Dina Lohan.
Dad Lohan publicly accused arch-enemy Samantha Ronson of being the person who actually wrote the entry, and of being on drugs. Lindsay's response? "Look at him!" to tabloid cameras. That didn't sit well with Mr. Lohan.
"Let me ask you; was it me who was actually pictured in the train station with a bag full of prescription drugs? Do you see me out partying with Lindsay, my other children or having raging wars with her? Was it me who jumped out of a DJ booth and punched Lindsay when she was with Calum Best? Did I drive Lindsay around for hours in LA until she fell asleep and before I ran low on gas only to call the paps and sell pictures to them? Uh uh!" he wrote on michaelohanonline.com. Enter at your own risk. His posts combine Jesus talk with slamming his celebrity daughter.
And don't think DJ Sammy didn't have two cents to put in. When the father of the year mentioned that he was "99 percent sure" that Ronson wrote Lohan's MySpace post, she responded to Page Six: "Ha! That's funny, but I don't ghost-write My Space blogs. Good thing he left that 1 percent window open so he wasn't 100 percent wrong for once."
It's entirely possible that all of this family drama might have sent Linds to grab the nearest dude and find her way back to the comfort of men via Paul (who stars in the upcoming re-make of director Wes Craven's gruesome horror classic, Last House on the Left). Or it could be wishful heterosexuality on her part. Only time will tell.