Lindsay Lohan’s Stealing Apps Now
Lindsay Lohan will steal anything that isn’t nailed down, and even then, there’s still a 50/50 chance she’ll melt through the nail with her freckle acid. But I’m not here to talk science, I’m here to talk about Lindsay stealing some dude’s idea for an app and getting sued into next week for it. Page Six reports:
After completing 90 days in rehab last year, Lohan and Michael Jr. are said to have struck a deal with tech entrepreneur Fima Potik to collaborate on his startup, Spotted Friend [Ed. Note: AHAHAHAHA! – SW], a mobile application that allows users to access celebrities’ and friends’ “virtual closets” to identify the designers and buy items from them.
Lindsay tweeted about Spotted Friend in July 2013, and at the time its Web site said, “A Fima Potik & Lindsay Lohan Production.”
And here’s where shit went classic Lindsay:
Last month, Page Six reported that LiLo’s little brother was raising money for Vigme, a “social shopping community.” He said, “If Lindsay buys something, it goes into her [virtual] closet. People see what’s in her closet. If someone else buys [the same item], it puts money into Lindsay’s pocket.”
Which is great because for once Lindsay isn’t at the mercy of the celebrity justice system, and instead the target of a Silicon Valley techie with startup cash pouring out his anus. Then again, this is also a guy who not only thought Lindsay Lohan would make a great business partner, but also lacked the foresight to realize you could jizz all over any closet anywhere and everyone would believe it’s hers. For example, I could go upstairs right now and 30 seconds later people will wonder why Lindsay Lohan owns nothing but superhero T-shirts and two pairs of jeans. The opportunities are limitless.
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