It’s been a weird week for Lindsay Lohan, and, come Friday, it’s probably only going to get weirder. Here’s some stories to get you up to speed…
Livin’ in Dina’s Basement: Because she's straight up broke, Lindsay has reportedly had to make some serious changes in her life.
Along with firing her out-of-budget lawyer, Shawn Holley, and hiring Mark Heller, the “Liz & Dick” actress has moved in with her mom in Long Island.
Apparently she can’t even pass a credit check to score a two-bedroom apartment in North Hollywood—go figure!
What Dreams May Come: Every pixel of the photos from her courtroom appearance on Thursday have been scrutinized and pondered.
Some shots show her new tattoo: a read triangle with black text that—although it’s hard to make out—it reads: “what dreams may come.”
It’s unclear if the quote is a reference to the famous “to be or not to be” monologue from Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” or a nod to the 1998 film starring Robin Williams and Cuba Gooding Jr. We’d be impressed if Lindz even read “Hamlet” in the first place…
Dragging Marilyn in Suit: Lindsay has filed a $1.1 million lawsuit against the 6126 collection for cutting her out of profits on some leggings she supposedly designed.
The company’s brand name represents the birth date of Marilyn Monroe: June 1, 1926.
Charlie Sheen Wants a Refund: In a recent interview on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” the “Anger Management” star announced that he didn’t know that his $100,000 gift to LiLo was for taxes.
If he had known, he would have only given her $50K. And, as long as Charlie was trashing people, he added that, in real life, Lance Armstrong is a total douche.
Michael Welcomes New Son: Lindsay’s insatiable father celebrated his daughter’s day in court by welcoming his sixth kid along with his on-again, off-again girlfriend, Katy Major.
Landon Major Lohan arrived on Wednesday, weighing in at 7 pounds, 5 ounces. The parents are said to be ecstatic…
Michael wouldn’t comment to Hollyscoop on the matter, but he did offer this quote from the Bible:
“I count not myself to have apprehended: but [this] one thing [I do], forgetting those people and things which are behind, and reaching forth unto those things which are before.”