January 14, 2006

Consider It Spun, Sweetie

The article is mostly about Lohan's father and her acting, but these are the juicy parts: [And she now admits she began using drugs "a little," but quickly says, "I've gotten that out of my system." When asked later if those drugs included cocaine, she gets flustered, denies it, and says, "I don't want people to think to think that I've done...you know what I mean? It's kind of a sore subject. I've lost a family member over it, practically." (The day after the admission, Sloane Zelnick-Lohan's publicist-goes into a tailspin, attempts to erase the drugs from the record, and then wonders aloud how she will "spin" it.)] Later in the article: [When it came to dealing with the pain of her parents' situation, she'd turn to Valderrama, wanting to be with him "every five seconds," because "I didn't have anyone to go to." At 24 years old, he couldn't handle it, she says. "I'm ruining this relationship with this guy that I think is my first love," she remembers thinking. "I'm ruining it because I'm taking everything out on him." In all seriousness we think it's time for Lohan to move on and forget about Raaman Noodles. It's time.