Not Even Lindsay Lohan’s Friends Believe She Had A Miscarriage
After finally watching her reality show that apparently captured reality a little too well for her tastes, Lindsay Lohan came up with an excuse for the season finale to explain why she acted exactly like Lindsay Lohan: She totally had a miscarriage, you guys. And because drug addicts are credible sources, people actually believed her. Except those of us in Cunt Corner know that Lindsay Lohan would blame aliens if it got her out of taking responsibility for her actions. And so do her friends because they’re not buying any of this shit. Via Radar:
Two separate sources, both of whom are close to the actress, told RadarOnline.com that they believe the Mean Girls star, 27, was never pregnant and concocted the tale to garner sympathy and as a means to explain her unprofessional behavior repeatedly documented on the eight-part series.
“She absolutely made it up,” said one source.
“Lindsay was never pregnant during filming the reality show for OWN, or in the months after. Lindsay knew she was being perceived as a total slacker, not showing up on time for photo shoots, call times and refusing to shoot. So this is what Lindsay does. She lies! Her family and friends had no clue about her ‘pregnancy’ and subsequent miscarriage. Lindsay is once again her own worst enemy.”
Revealed a second Lohan insider: “Lindsay has continued to smoke through-out this entire series and has admitted to relapsing and drinking alcohol. Don’t forget there have been multiple media reports that she fell off the wagon months ago. Quite simply, Lindsay never acted like someone who was pregnant. It’s just sad that anything that comes out of her mouth is considered to be a lie.”
On top of that, cmonreally dropped this little nugget in the comments:
“If you’re producing a reality show about a known addict immediately upon said addict’s release from rehab, no production insurance company would cover this project without stipulating regular medical checkups on the star, because they stand to lose too much. They therefore would have known she was pregnant before the first camera was turned on, and her two-week “inability to work” would have been documented, medically, because there would have been an immediate insurance claim to pay for the crew during those two weeks; again, that cost, with cameras not rolling, is borne by the insurance company.”
As for whether or not that’s true, I have no idea because my knowledge of television production begins and ends with whether or not somebody filmed a medieval rape. (Which absolutely happened.) The important thing is that it sounds way more believable than, “I didn’t shut down production for two weeks. My secret miscarriage did!”
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