Lohan, 28, told the Mail that that the list of her previous and/or one-time lovers, made public early this year, was written as part of her treatment at Betty Ford and should have remained private.
“I was in AA and that’s a really personal thing and there are steps and processes that you go through. I don’t want to say too much because there is anonymity between people and mine was broken,” but , the Liz & Dick star explained, “I was moving to go back to New York from LA. I had some friends over that I probably should have questioned a bit but I don’t like to see the bad in people. I like to see the good, so I ignored it and then someone must have stolen it and that’s a really personal thing, that’s something I would never do to anyone.”
Lindsay owned up to the list at the time, and even joked about it to Ellen DeGeneres but it seems James Franco’s part in the betrayal has cut a little deeper.
Asked if she was aware of Franco’s short story, “Bungalow 89,” written for Vice magazine in June, Lohan responded, “When people say things about other people I don’t think it’s necessary, I’ve never talked about anyone else and I never will,” before adding “I didn’t read it.”
Franco, 36, and Zachary Quinto were spotted on the set of their new film, Michael, filming in Freeport, NY. The movie is based on the true story of Michael Glatze, a former gay activist who later became an anti-Gay Christian pastor. Quinto portrays Glatze’s lover.
James shared this photo of he and Zachary last week and captioned it: “My new lover, SPOCK! @zacharyquinto”
To photos from the set of Michael, check out the gallery above.
Lindsay Lohan will appear in David Mamet‘s Speed-the-Plow revival, opening in London on September 24th,