The article, written by Evgenia Peretz, that has Lindsay all in a coked out tizzy has been met with much less doubt than anything written by James Frey. Lohan denied having bulimia and said, “The words that I gave to the writer for Vanity Fair were misused and misconstrued, and I’m appalled with the way it was done.” Here is our interpretation of two of the quotes.
“I was making myself sick.” – “I was so coked out of my head, I kept puking.”
“I knew I had a problem and I couldn’t admit it.” – “Coke was so much fun but bad, that I called it ‘doing Pepsi’.”
While the two phrases above could be misconstrued, I am confused as to how the whole part about Lorne Michaels and Tina Fey having an intervention could be misinterpreted.
She adds that “Saturday Night Live” guru Lorne Michaels staged an intervention after she appeared on the show. “I just started bawling. I knew I had a problem, and I couldn’t admit it,” Lohan says. “I saw that ‘SNL” after I did it. My arms were disgusting. I had no arms.”
Soon after, she says, a paparazzi photo of her in a “great whore’s dress” popped up in a gossip tabloid and drilled the point home. “I looked at it and was like, ‘Jesus Christ.’ “My sister, she was scared,” the actress says. “My brother called me, crying.”
I’m thinking the Jesus Christ comment was thrown in to show that she’s religious, because I don’t think any one would confuse the two. I mean, while flipping channels and seeing Jesus Christ (Willem Dafoe) up on the cross in The Last Temptation of Christ, I don’t think you’re going to ask yourself, “was that Lindsay Lohan?”