Lindsay Lohan: “I’m a star, she’s a nobody, get her out of here!”

August 11, 2012 | Uncategorized | editor | 0 Comments

First, let’s quickly recap all the times you could watch Lindsay Lohan on screen in the past five years, not including footage from footage security cameras.

2010 – had a small part in ‘Machete’, which she had to take her clothes off for.
2009 – starred in ‘Labor Pains’ on ABC Family.
2008 – was in 5 episodes of ‘Ugly Betty’.
2008 – co-starred in ‘Chapter 27’. It’s made a total of $187,488, worldwide.
2007 – starred in ‘I Know Who Killed Me’. It’s made a total of $9.6 million, worldwide.
2007 – co-starred in ‘Georgia Rule’. It’s made a total of $25 million, worldwide.

That’s literally everything. Soon she’ll have a movie on Lifetime and a softcore porn. And yet, there she was Tuesday night at Bootsy Bellows in West Hollywood, trying to use her “star power” to get Francesca Eastwood thrown out.

“Francesca was celebrating her birthday with around a dozen friends in a private area when Lindsay came over and started screaming that Francesca should leave. She was yelling ‘I’m a star, she’s a nobody, get her out of here!'”
“One poor guy came over and tried to calm [Lindsay] down and she acted aggressively. At that point the security told her to leave and it was totally embarrassing. She is acting like some bad ’80s film star, and it is hard to watch because she needs help.”

I fucking love that Lindsay is the one who got kicked out, over someone like Francesca Eastwood, who I barely even knew existed. Bless you and your stupid name, Bootsy Bellows. This really tells you how low Lindsay is in Hollywood now. That little dog from ‘The Artist’ could have Lindsay kicked out at this point.

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