The other night I had a meltdown of monumental proportions. It may have been a personal best in fact. And I had it right here on twitter for your viewing pleasure. I saw all the discussion about it, apparently some of you needed to grab some popcorn and witness the trainwreck and tweet about it with your friends as much as I needed to just go ahead and get drunk and lose my shit. So, I’m glad I could be of service. I remind you all of this to bring you some news from another alcohol (and possibly drugs allegedly) fueled meltdown from my personal meltdown role model, Lindsey Lohan.
In case you have been leading a productive life all day and missed it. Lilo and her mother Dina were out until 4 a.m. in NYC doing some mother daughter bonding as they are want to do. When the duo
stumbled out of the club at closing time decided to call it an evening, there was a alcohol infused brawl because Dina wanted Lindsey to have her driver take her home to Long Island and Lindsey wanted Dina to cab it so she could go to her hotel room in the city.
Lindsey, who was raised well, deferred to loving mother and graciously agreed to let her car take her to Long Island. While heading to Long Island, the two
drunken women lost their shit entirely got into a disagreement over finances and Lindsey called her Daddy to give her some advice on life. Because he is an understanding level- minded citizen. So Daddy Lohan, spoke calming to his child who was clearly a drunken, hysterical mess, as any parent would do, began screaming that he was calling “the feds” because Lindsey’s driver was abducting her. Then even he realized that made no sense, he said that Lindsey’s mother was in fact the kidnapper.
Daddy Lohan call the cops (It seems “the feds” aren’t taking his calls) who arrived to the Long Island Lohan home and investigated. The police took a report and went home. Apparently both Lohan women
passed out decided to get some rest because Lilo had to work today. But it all worked out fine as you can see from these pictures of Mother and daughter hugging their goodbyes. It’s comforting to see that meltdown can have a nice happy ending, don’t you think?