Dina Lohan Wishes She Didn’t Let Lindsay Become A Child Star Now

By: The Superficial / September 21, 2012

Presumably because Lindsay‘s just straight up taking hostages now (above), Dina Lohan is finally starting to regret pimping her daughter to the Hollywood machine, so she wouldn’t have to get a real job and just mooch off her. Except she doesn’t put exactly like that as much it’s all everybody else’s fault, she was like that when she got here. Via NY Daily News:

On letting Lindsay go into acting and how that turned out:
“I was born into the business. … My mother was an entertainer. It was natural. But yes, in the next life, I might not do it.”

On drinking with Lindsay, an alcoholic, over the weekend for Dina’s 50th birthday party:
“My 80-year-old mother was there, and she’s Italian-American, and to be able to have a glass of red wine there for her is normal for our family. … Some people who want to quit drinking do it cold turkey and some do it gradually — you want to keep a balance. I don’t know what’s a right way or a wrong way.”

On how Lindsay’s assistant is the one making her crash Porsches and steal jewelry:
“I have questions about Gavin. … There have been numerous incidents with Lindsay where he has been present. He was with her recently at [millionaire Sam Magid’s] party when she was falsely accused of burglarizing jewelry. It’s all very sketchy.”

On never partying with Lindsay but was just around to, uh, see who was letting her drink, yeah, that:
“I don’t party with Lindsay. In the early years, I would go with her to clubs, because I wanted to see who the enablers were.”

Keep in mind, this comes on the heels of Dina slurring into Dr. Phil‘s face for an hour on television, so she had to do something quick that made it look like women who drown their babies in tubs aren’t better parents. Although, I’m surprised she had the wherewithal to realize that regretting making Lindsay into a child star would actually seem like a reasonable thought to other people because, really, that has to be her crowning achievement in life. “Oh, wow, you worked three jobs to put food on the table? Well, I taught my daughter how to say ‘Oral pleasure, sir?’ in Japanese before she could vote, so you can fucking eat me.”

 

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