No big surprise here Lindsay Lohan’s father Michael Lohan has denied selling her private diaries. Michael Lohan did admit to sending two of the entries – written when the Lindsay Lohan was a patient at the Cirque Lodge rehabilitation centre in Utah in 2007 – to an entertainment news outlet but insists he did not seek any payment. Sure he gave them the diaries out of the goodness of his heart – sure we believe that.
Michael Lohan trying to explain why he allowed the journal entries to be made public, he said:
“They directly talk about how she said the doctors have her on the wrong medication and she mentioned how she wished the doctors would get the medication right.”
According to Michael – who received a cease and desist letter from Lindsay’s lawyer warning him against selling her personal belongings – he received the diaries when someone sent pages of his daughter’s diary to him from a fake address in Salt Lake City, Utah. He added to website Hollyscoop: “I have the envelope and postmark dates to prove it.”
Lindsay – who served 13 days in jail and 22 days in rehab last month as part of a sentence for violating the terms of probation following a 2007 driving under the influence conviction – instructed her lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley to send the legal document to her estranged father warning she will seek damages if he sells any of her personal belongings. However Michael – who has moved to Los Angeles in a bid to repair his relationship with his famous daughter – claimed the process was unnecessary.
He insisted: “I never meant to offer those for sale.” Lindsay has repeatedly insisted she wants nothing more to do with her father following his repeated claims she is addicted to prescription drugs. What a scum bag – with a father like this no wonder Lindsay is all messed up.