There are always going to be people who just don’t get it, and Lindsay Lohan is definitely one of those people. To us, it’s perfectly clear what’s wrong, right? She’s an addict with a strong sense of entitlement. It’s pretty simple. But to Lindsay, she thinks that she’s not even part of her problem, that mean old people just keep on trying to get her into trouble. That also means that she keeps coming up with the wrong solutions.
From Page Six:
Lindsay Lohan is finally trying to clean up her act.
The troubled 26-year-old “Liz & Dick” star is making changes so she doesn’t end up in the slammer, sources close to LiLo tell Confidenti@l.
First on her list: Just saying no. An insider tells us while it’s no surprise some Lohan friends are acting like she’s a social pariah, the actress is doing the same with some of her party pals, too.
“She hasn’t been texting and calling back some of the people who she just parties with,” says a source, who has been with La Lohan at the Electric Room, Catch, Cabin Down Below and Avenue, where Lohan allegedly punched a palm reader in November and where sources told Confidenti@l she is no longer welcome.
“She is realizing there are people in her life who are bad influences, who think it’s funny when she wants to fill water bottles with alcohol and go out, or stay out all night at nightclubs in New York and look sloppy in photos. These aren’t her real friends.”
The insider says she’s trying to be more careful, considering she’s potentially facing 245 days in jail for a recent probation violation unless she cleans up her act.
The same source says Lohan’s cited a comparison of her “friendship” with Max George of the Wanted to that of Taylor Swift and Harry Styles of One Direction. “She knows how everyone looks up to Taylor, and what a good image she has,” says the insider. “But it’s totally different when you’re acting like a groupie.”
One friendship she is cultivating is with a spiritual guru. According to reports, she wants the guru to write letters on her behalf to the judge hearing her case, to help demonstrate that jail time isn’t the best option for her. (The judge has the option to send her to counseling instead.)
A second source close to LiLo tells us this isn’t the first time she’s sought advice from a spiritual adviser. “There was a woman who she was introduced to a few years ago who worked with the Ronson family she met when she was with Samantha,” says the insider. “She worked with a lot of big celebrities.”
Ok, so her solutions include no texting, consulting anyone and everyone who might be able to convince a judge that you don’t need to go to jail, and acting like Taylor Swift. Great plan. Just great. We should all be so crafty.