Wow. I’ve started to feel like I’m in the Lohan’s living room witnessing the. biggest. fight. ever.: thankfully, I don’t have to be anywhere near Michael Lohan to get the gossip. That’s good, since he sounds one step away from crazy while dealing with Lindsay and Sam’s most recent retaliations.
While the first paragraph below is a must-read, I’ll give you a short synopsis of Michael’s charming response: Dina’s a “two-face,” Lindsay doesn’t make any money now, and everyone’s “out of control” except him (because he goes to church and helps people, you know):
“‘Who’s out of control? Whose life is out of control? Give me a break. Going from place to place, being dragged around by Samantha so she can make more money off of Lindsay being there when she spins … She’s gone from making $7 million to less than a million a movie. Who’s out of control? I go to church. I go and help people in rehab. That’s control. How can she say I’m out of control?
I want Lindsay to be in a good place. When I started looking at what Samantha was doing, dragging Lindsay to clubs, drinking around Lindsay … Samantha is one of the biggest problems in her life. That’s what Dina told me. I’m reacting on what Dina said, but then Dina steps out of the picture because she wants to look like the good guy.
Dina’s a two-face. She wants to try to look good and stay on Lindsay’s good side instead of being a good parent. I don’t give two hoots about my relationship with Lindsay as a friend. One day she’s going to turn around to me and tell me, ‘Daddy, you were right.’
If they’re going to say I’m lying, I’m out of control, I’m going to show that they’re lying and they’re out of control.'”
Let’s play a game. How many times does Michael Lohan say “control” in that first paragraph, and does that really signal that someone’s got it together when they do that?
Answers: 5 and no-effing-way.