As if you needed further proof Dina is the "cool parent" in this family, yesterday Michael Lohan tried to stage an intervention on Lindsay and was turned away.
Earlier this week Lindsay Lohan got a finger-wagging on Twitter from The Canyons screenwriter Bret Easton Ellis, who tweeted that Patrick Bateman was headed to the starlet’s house to deal with her when she failed to show up for work. Thus, an opportunity presented itself for Michael Lohan to play the Long Island Knight In Shining Armor: according to TMZ, daddy dearest and "several others" (a camera crew?) showed up at Lindsay’s home to stage an intervention but were turned away at the door by someone claiming to be Lindsay’s "boyfriend." Someone then called the police to report a trespassing call and cops arrived. Lindsay Lohan intervention aborted.
As opportunistic and boneheaded as Michael Lohan may be, he still isn’t the parent doing cocaine with his daughter. I still hold out hope that Amy Poehler and Tina Fey can save the day on this one. (Although a past intervention with Tina and Saturday Night Live producer Lorne Michaels didn’t go so well.) Ugh, it is probably time to boot up the Lindsay Lohan Death Watch again.
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