After being blasted by a movie executive (and not in the horizontal way she's used to), Lindsay Lohan does have one supporter at least: her mom, Dina.
The woman responsible for spawning the sludge of the earth said: "there is only so much a child can take." She seemed to be mum on Lindsay, however.
"My daughter is a wonderful child," Dina said to People magazine, saying of the attention paid to what has transpired between Lohan and Robinson: "This is too much."
Looks like the dude receiving oral pleasure from Dina's child felt the same way. Enough already!
Despite her daughter returning to work, still sucking big time and the issue appearing to be setlled, Dina continued to rant against Robinson in an interview set to air Monday on TV's Access Hollywood:
"Maybe he has personal issues with whomever, and it came out with my child. I don't know him. I can't judge him. I don't think it was a smart thing to do to a young girl," Dina said.
That young girl loves smoking pot!
Dina blamed the exhaustion incident on the fact that "the set was 105 degrees ... And she has bronchial asthma â€" so any extreme heat or cold, she can't breathe." Also, Lindsay "was wearing winter clothes and she was telling people, 'I need water, I need water.' And they just want to get the shot, want to get the shot."
Those selfish bastards! Fortunately, the scene called for Lohan's character to faint of heat exhaustion.
Speaking to Access, Dina refused to shut the hell up:"I'm a mother and will do what I need to do to protect my child. â€¦ She's a human being. There was one day when she was late, and they (director Garry Marshall and costar Jane Fonda) worked the schedule around her. Garry, Jane, everybody loves her."
Not Paris Hilton.
Robinson defended his letter, stating he was "just trying to get the movie made. I did what I felt I needed to do on behalf of the movie and on behalf of her, too. I wanted to set some limits."
How's this for a limit?!?
Dina made the following statement in her interview "She will win an Academy Award for this picture. ... Justice!"
And Kevin Federline will win a Grammy ... Legitimacy!