Dina Lohan has denied Michael Lohan’s claims that the family was planning an intervention to get their troubled daughter Lindsay with her alleged addiction to prescription pills. Dina also defends Lindsay Lohan’s criticized Ungaro collection.
Dina reacted to Michael Lohan’s statements about staging an intervention saying:
“I don’t go — like my ex — on national television and make things up. He’s estranged from Lindsay; he doesn’t know what’s going on in her life. Michael doesn’t talk to her. I’ve had full custody of all my children for the last 10 years. He has been incarcerated for some of that time, so whatever is going on in Lindsay’s personal life is our business. And for him getting paid to say things about her when he’s five months behind in child support is wrong. I can’t change Michael to make him do the right thing — that’s up to him and God. But it is hurtful for a child for her own father, whom she has no relationship with, to say things in public about her like that.”
When asked if Lindsay does have an addition to pills, Dina said, “I have no idea what he is talking about. I can’t comment on everything my ex says.”
Lindsay was criticized for her debut Ungaro fashion line Sunday. Dina defended her daughter saying, “The critics can say whatever they want, but Lindsay is a genius. Leave Lindsay alone. Let her be a real 23-year-old. Let her grow, and let her artistic abilities flourish. Stop judging the Britneys and the Lindsays. They are very creative girls, and that is a gift from a higher power of God.”
Dina also added that she’ll also be asking Lindsay for fashion advice for Dina’s new shoe line. She explained, “Lindsay is signed to Ungaro, but she will definitely have input because she is so talented.”
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