Michael Lohan: Lindsay's Team Wanted Intervention
By ETONLINE STAFF
October 21, 2012
In an exclusive interview with ET, Michael Lohan claims that his staged intervention for Lindsay Lohan (called 'unsanctioned' in an earlier press release from Lindsay's siblings) was done with the approval of the actress' team.
"Everyone was on board from [Lindsay's criminal defense lawyer] Shawn Chapman Holley to [Lindsay's manager] Evan Hainey," said Michael, who also named Liz & Dick producer Larry A. Thompson as one of those in agreement with the intervention. "They were all standing, waiting." Michael went on to claim that Lindsay "took off and went to another hotel" before anything could happen.
Earlier today, Lindsay's siblings Mike, Ali and Dakota, who normally shy away from the press, made public statements against their dad.
"Please stop waging your own personal war against my family," said Ali. "We don't need you to intervene because we can take care of ourselves without you, as we have been all these years."
This news comes after Lindsay was called out on Twitter last for week for allegedly missing work on The Canyons.
"Patrick Bateman has just headed over to Lindsay Lohan's hotel to confront her as to why she missed her f***ing ADR (Automatic Dialog Replacement) on The Canyons today," tweeted the film's writer Bret Easton Ellis. Patrick Bateman is the fictional serial killer in Ellis' novel American Psycho.