Punched In The Face By Firecrotch

Did I miss something? Has Lindsay Lohan been taking lessons from the most famous of assistant abusers, Naomi Campbell? And if so, it’s called using a cell phone, sweetie. The last thing you want to do is break a nail…

According to KROQ, Lindsay punched her assistant in the face. In addition to that, they also mentioned that her out-of-control behavior on the set of “Georgia Rule” has done little to endear her to the cast and crew inconvenieced by her unprofessional demeanor. Finally (and unsurprisingly) she is in fact a big coke head.

I can’t imagine what would hurt more, getting punched in the face by a normal-sized fist, or a tiny, pointy one like Lindsay’s.

On top of all of this, actor William H. Macy rips Lindsay Lohan a new one. Those details and more photos of Lindsay Lohan and Harry Morton after the jump.

Written by Lisa Timmons and Lauren Burch

Macy Blasts Costar Lindsay Lohan’s Lateness [People]


I can’t wait to hear what Dina Lohan has to say about this one. William H. Macy stated the while he respect Lindsay Lohan’s talent, her behavior is another story.

“You can’t show up late,” Macy, 56, told reporters Thursday at a Los Angeles junket promoting his new movie, Everyone’s Hero. “It’s very, very disrespectful.”

Macy, who shares a scene with Lohan, 20, in the upcoming Emilio Estevez-directed drama Bobby, called the actress a “huge talent,” but echoed the sentiments expressed in a letter sent to her recently by a studio chief who blasted her work ethic.

“I think what an actor has to realize (is that) when you show up an hour late, 150 people have been scrambling to cover for you,” Macy told reporters Thursday. “There is not an apology big enough in the world to have to make 150 people scramble. It’s nothing but disrespect. And Lindsay Lohan is not the only one. A lot of actors show up late as if they’re God’s gift to the film. It’s inexcusable, and they should have their asses kicked.”

When asked about Lohan’s work on Bobby, Macy paused and said, “She was pretty late.”

He added, “I worry about these young kids – 15, 18, 20 years old – who in the span of one year become millionaires and powerhouses. It’s too much power for a kid that age to handle.”

Can I tell you how much I’m loving William H. Macy right this moment.