Lindsay Lohan looks like she could be one of the few celebrities who are genuinely trying to turn their lives around after having a serious addiction. Yet, somehow her on-and-off boyfriend, Calum Best, manages to see this as a negative.
Calum, the son of England’s soccer legend George Best, has reportedly dumped Lohan because he doesn't like her being sober. A source told Britain's Daily Star newspaper: "Calum called Lindsay last week and said he was finding her post-rehab existence dull and that he didn't want to give up partying.”
Fresh from a sober 21st birthday celebration and a fun 4th of July party, Lindsay Lohan is making tabloid waves once more. But this time, everyone’s wondering about the identity of the boyfriend she’s been mentioning.
The singer/actress was joined by ex-boyfriend (and maybe now her current beau) Calum Best at the festivities earlier this week. But there’s another guy that looks to be the one receiving LiLo’s affections.
Lindsay Lohan celebrated her 21st birthday yesterday and it wasn’t a Pure Nightclub, vodka-sponsored bash. But Lindsay Lohan isn’t into that kind of thing anymore.
Over the weekend, LiLo’s family was seen arriving at LAX in preparations to have a “family affair” according to Dina Lohan, Lindsay’s mother. The new birthday plan was a far cry from what the once party animal Georgia Rule star was bragging about in her pre-rehab days.
In her effort to clean up her life, Lindsay Lohan is taking measures to rid herself of negative influences. And after the widely publicized photographs of her ex Calum Best’s cocaine sniffing with hookers, she’s cutting him out.
Lilo’s stint in Promises Rehabilitation Clinic has been a tough one for her. But she’s staying strong and not returning Calum’s calls. Apparently Calum flew over from Britain when he heard of her hardships.
For those of you watching the MTV Movie Awards last night, you may have noticed the absence of Lindsay Lohan. That’s because she’s hard at work cleaning herself up at the Promises Rehabilitation Facility.
The Georgia Rule actress was indeed scheduled to present an award at the show, but due to an unfortunate Memorial Day weekend, she elected not to. Last weekend, she crashed her Mercedes-Benz into a curb, was arrested for investigation of driving under the influence and was photographed slumped in the passenger seat of a friend's car.
Having recently checked into Promises Rehab, friends and family of Lindsay Lohan remain unsure as to what the "Georgia Rule" starlet has planned for herself.
Female First's Mark Malkin claims to have spoken with Lindsay's mom, Dina Lohan, asking her about the rehab rumors and how her daughter is doing. Dina reportedly responded with, "We're still figuring it all out. We're all just figuring it out."
It’s just another weekend for Lindsay Lohan. Her new movie just came out, and she’s celebrating in her trademark style; out in the open where everyone can see… and shake their respective heads.
She reportedly went on a bar crawl the other night without her boy Calum Best. She hit the Anchor Bar for some vodka straight from the bottle before moving on to Frankie Inglese’s weekly party at Sway.
The latest on Lindsay Lohan? Bad news. Apparently the Mean Girls actress was having trouble keeping track of her current beau, Calum Best. Best had reportedly been copping cheap feels off of model Sara Kova, and having private hotel room parties without Lohan.
Lohan and Best were in the Bahamas last weekend on holiday. However, it looks as though there was trouble in paradise, as Lohan "was screaming about how Calum was cheating on her," at Bahamian nightclub Aura.
Celebrity life is synonymous with drama and craziness, especially if you’re young and beautiful. Everyone wants a piece of the action, and some people just don’t know where to draw the line. It seems that one of those people is suing Georgia Rule star Lindsay Lohan.
Miss Lohan has been a well-known target of paparazzi ever since her step out into stardom. It’s hard to believe that the Parent Trap star would years later be turning heads and attracting the veracious appetites of photographers looking for the next money shot.