Thursday, July 22, 2010

The Parent Trap II

The London Evening Standard
 Lindsay Lohan cheered in prison as she begins 90-day sentence
  Last updated at 09:25am on 21.07.10

The troubled actress arrived at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, California at around 10am in tears, to chants of "We love you, Lindsay" as the prison was shut down for an hour for her arrival.
Prisoner Tiffany Hawes, who was being released from the centre at the time of the actress' arrival, said: "Lindsay was crying when she came in. She was handcuffed but seemed calm. We all started saying 'God bless you Lindsay' and saying 'Hi' to her and then she smiled at us."


Who knew that Lindsay's first movie, "The Parent Trap" was going to be prophetic, at least the "trap" part.  Actually, I think the skills assimilated in this first movie by the young miss Lohan, might give our troubled Hollywood highness the skills to cope with life in the joint.



The gals in the slammer all love a good game of poker, especially when you're willing to gamble with your hair extensions








 Since Lindsay won't have a roomate, it's great that she 
perfected the art of talking to herself at such an early age.






Keeping your hands up in a defensive position, ever poised to deliver a well placed karate chop should help protect her assets.





A weekly letter to a nondysfunctional imaginary family should calm the nerves and pass the time.






I hear the warden in her section is a real law and order type.



7 comments:

The Bipolar Diva said...

It's sad isn't it when, in my opinion, parents raise a child to fulfill their dreams? I know that Miss Lilo is responsible for her actions fully. But I can't help but be angry with her parents. It's our job to protect our kids by teaching them not promoting them for our gain. What poor role models they must have been. Again, that's only my opinion.

emmakaren said...

bahaha. Your blog is the best. End of Story.

Pondside said...

Oh for the days of glamour and mystery - Waaaay too much information on all these, largely uninspiring film stars. Sordid, really.
Your post, now, it's brilliant - every time.

Cherie said...

So true so true.
I really do love the Parent Trap 2 - one of my favorite movies. She was such a little doll in that movie and has just ruined her life.

I hope the warden can give her a cool blue suit and weird socks and get her some help :D

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