Even Lindsay Lohan has to be shocked at this one.
Sure, she's embarrassed herself beyond comprehension and proven to be a brat who doesn't take any responsibilities for her actions. But she could at least, like, look good in her mug shot, right? Is that too much for a 21-year-old star to ask?
And, as if this crummy photo, a crumbling personal life and her recent string of arrests weren't enough, Lindsay Lohan's week has gotten even worse.
Lohan is apparently being sued by some woman who claims that Lindsay and a bodyguard hit her car a few months ago, then gave her a fake name and number. TMZ reports:
"Signe Dupuy claims that in April 2007 Lindsay Lohan and her main man, Jaz, cut her off in their SUV while she was driving on Fairfax Ave. in L.A. Dupuy says when she got out of the car, Lindsay stopped and glared at her, while Jaz was 'hostile' and 'tried to intimidate' her. She says they gave her a fake name and number and drove away. Signe tells us this is her last resort, as she has tried to contact Lindsay Lohan several times, even sending her rep a letter. Lindsay's rep said she did get the letter but "filed it away," adding "I assumed the letter was sent to [Lindsay's] lawyers. That's what they're paid for."
Wow. Lindsay's lawyers are going to be making some serious coin this year, that's for damn sure. All that reckless drunk driving means big fees! Note to LiLo: The whole fake name thing works better when you're not a famous movie star.
Also, who the frick is this Jaz?
In any case, the only thing getting crappier reviews than Lindsay Lohan's rowdy, sometimes naked antics of late is her new movie, I Know Who Killed Me, which debuted in 9th place at the box office, bringing in a paltry $3.4 million. Let's see what some of the critics say:
It makes you wonder what Lindsay Lohan was thinking when she said yes to this project... Want to know who killed her? She's doing it to herself!
THG NOTE: Dina Lohan is helping!
New York Daily News:
Truth is, no review could really do justice to the monumental trashiness of this mess; it really has to be seen to be believed.