Lindsay Lohan got some warm and fuzzy feelings on her recent trip to London. This time around, the troubled starlet went back to her roots.
Lindsay Lohan shared the ultimate throwback photo with fans on Sunday, June 5 when she posted a photo of the house from the 1998 movie The Parent Trap, which kickstarted her movie career. Lohan shared a photo of herself in front of the house wearing a white bohemian style blouse, ripped skinny jeans, and tan moccasins. She paired her look with blue-tinted sunglasses and a brown leather handbag.
“A trip down memory lane #sundayfunday #theparenttrapmovie ‘Annie’s house’ but it was number 7 in the movie,” she wrote in the caption.
In The Parent Trap, Lindsay plays twins who were separated at birth shortly after their parents split. Hallie Parker goes on to live with her father in Napa, California, while her sister, Annie James, lives with her mother in London. Lindsay flawlessly played the sisters and received the Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film, along with an award for Performance in a Comedy Film.
The Parent Trap was just the beginning of Lohan’s career. She then landed a role in the Disney Channel movie Life-Size (2000) alongside Tyra Banks. Lohan then starred in a variety of Disney and teen movies such as Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (2004), Freaky Friday (2003), Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005), Just My Luck (2006), and Mean Girls (2004).
Lilo has gone from living the Hollywood life in Los Angeles to flying back and forth between visiting her family in New York while staying in London most of the time. But Lindsay’s recent trip to London didn’t go without a little bit of drama. She made a surprise appearance at a Gucci party even though she wasn’t invited, sources told Page Six.
“It was totally unclear to everyone why she was there,” the source said.
Lohan arrived with former UK “It” girl Lady Victoria Hervey, while she was a “plus one,” claims sources. Another observer told the outlet that Lohan was carrying a Gucci bag, but that “it was an old one.”
But the shenanigans didn’t stop there. Later that night, Lindsay was accused of stealing Lady Victoria Hervey’s Samsung Galaxy S6 phone, reportedly worth $600. The 39-year-old claimed that a “friend of a friend” stole her phone during a ride home from the Gucci party. Coincidentally enough, Lady Victoria shared a ride with Lindsay and several other people.
When the group arrived back to their destination, she realized that her Samsung phone had gone missing from her lap.
In the early hours of Monday morning, Hervey took to Twitter to write, “I got robbed tonight in the back of my own Uber leaving Gucci. I felt lit get ripped off me and then was made to like I lost it.”
She then tweeted, “It was for sure the guy sitting next to me in the car. I am going to the police today if it’s not returned.”
When one of her followers asked why she got into a car filled with strangers, she responded, “It was a friend of a friend.”
Now everyone thinks Lady Victoria is placing the blame on Lindsay Lohan.
Lindsay has been accused of theft before. Back in February 2011, she was accused of allegedly stealing a $2,500 necklace from a jewelry store on January 22. Then in March 2013, Lindsay was accused of allegedly stealing clothes and jewelry from the set of Anger Management that she would later wear while clubbing.
Clearly, Lady Victoria is worried about her phone getting into the wrong hands since it contains all of her important contacts and private photos. She’s only had the phone since January, according to the Daily Mail.
“I got everything blocked this morning and I have a fingerprint lock. I just feel it was a planned thing and feel violated that it happened right in front of my eyes.”
Mystery solved: It wasn’t Lohan who copped Hervey’s phone.
She added that the troubled actress shared the same weird experience that night, adding, “Lindsay had someone ripped of the handle from her Gucci bag too.”
Hopefully, Lohan can escape the drama of her life as she prepares her upcoming wedding to Italian businessman Egor Tarabasov.
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