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MOVERS & SHAKERS

The snakes and ladders of society A chronicle of drama, scandal and success in London, Paris, New York and elsewhere

Bonkers Bedfellows

If Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman is dating the car crash that is Lindsay Lohan, he must be bonkers; the truth is more likely that this washed-up slapper is pulling yet another publicity stunt

News that Lindsay Lohan might be in a relationship with “the bloodthirsty crown prince of Saudi Arabia” Mohammad bin Salman might at first seem like an April Fool’s prank, but that this brassy, drunken madam has got her claws into this billionaire is more likely something that this deranged druggie created to get herself back in the spotlight.

 

Of previous suggestions that the publicity whore Lohan – known for trotting around with the equally pointless special case “Israeli socialite” Hofit Golan – was linked to the Arab royal, in September, she replied:

 

“[I want] someone who hates the spotlight. Seriously, someone who doesn’t have Instagram. And a smart businessman. But I haven’t met anyone that’s hit those marks.”

 

Now, it seems, Lohan’s “proud dad” (a man whom previously the well-known substance abuser “cut off” and described as “unpredictable”) has got in on the act. Speaking in a tone that could be taken as a little bit over defensive at Denise Rich’s ‘Angel Ball,’ Michael Lohan told Page Six:

 

“They are just friends, Lindsay has a lot of powerful friends in the Middle East, because she is huge out there. Lindsay met MBS because of the work [we’d be most curious to know who her clients exactly are] she has been doing in the Middle East. She is working to help people in the region, particularly refugees.”

 

“Nobody writes about the good work Lindsay does in Syria, they just want to hear the bad stuff. She has a platonic and respectful relationship with MBS, nothing more… Lindsay says he’s a good person. She feels safe, she has good people around her, and she knows how to conduct herself.”

 

That anyone could consider Miss Lohan to be “huge” is one thing, but that they might describe this piece of trailer trash as “good” is another. Shame on the media for falling for her latest tawdry publicity stunt.

 

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4 comments on “Bonkers Bedfellows”

  1. A perfect match. Ms Lohan likes money, Prince Whatsisname has money, put together it’s a perfect. A match made in financial heaven.

  2. Call me when you were a child prodigy whose parents thought maximising their kid’s earning potential was a good early childhood development approach. She made millions, through talent, leave the trailer’s out of it. Many Gulf Nationals understand how brutal the western world is to ‘unattached’ desirable women. That doesn’t make it true, but it does make it possible. It’s definitely not a worthwhile article. But hey ho it’s your steeple, and you can sit on it if you want!

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