London’s revival of Speed the Plow, starring Lindsay Lohan, is debuting next month so The Daily Mail interviewed her about it, only all the asked her about was her infamous sex list and James Franco’s weird story about her because of course they did — it’s The Daily Mail. At any rate, Lohan elaborated a bit more on what she had previously told Andy Cohen, saying once again that it had been something she did as part of her rehab process at Betty Ford. Until some shady character snapped a photo of it and sold it to the highest bidder, that is. She says:
I was in AA and that’s a really personal thing and there are steps and processes that you go through. I don’t want to say too much because there is anonymity between people and mine was broken.
I was moving to go back to New York from LA. I had some friends over that I probably should have questioned a bit but I don’t like to see the bad in people, I like to see the good, so I ignored it and then someone must have stolen it and that’s a really personal thing, that’s something I would never do to anyone.
That goes to one person and then it gets ripped up and then it’s done. So it was really violating. I’ve been robbed by kids, a lot of things like that have happened to me in my life and that didn’t feel very good and I’ve lost friends from that and that’s really unfortunate.
That’s one of the hardest steps, that’s something that is uncomfortable to have to say to anyone, let alone for it to be posted everywhere, so it’s not a joke, it wasn’t funny, it was cruel, it’s bad karma for whoever did it. It was sh***y.
So, per usual, none of it is Lindsay Lohan’s fault. If her story is true, then yeah, that’s pretty crappy of someone to breach her trust like that. But then again, to leave evidence of highly sensitive information just lying around like that where some shady shadester can get a hold of it is like leaving around a gun loaded with nothing but winning lottery tickets. People should be kinder than that, but counterpoint: Trip to Belize. And not the murdery kind.