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Lindsay Lohan

My Toxic Ex-Friends Are

Dead to Me

7/29/2013 12:30 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Lindsay Lohan has made a list ... she's checked it twice ... and she's decided ... the majority of her so-called "friends" will be CUT from her life when she's sprung from rehab.

Sources close to the actress tell TMZ, Lindsay recently sat down at Cliffside -- where she's currently enrolled in a substance abuse treatment program -- and made a list of 100 friends ... who knew?

We’re told Lilo was inspired by a therapy session about "toxic friends and influences."  Lindsay actually made 2 lists -- one with the friends she'll keep, and the other with the ones she'll ax.

According to sources, 80 people were on the "cut" list.

Lindsay showed it to her closest friends -- who mostly agreed with her choices.

The big question ... did Michael Lohan get the chop?


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This isn't her "friends" fault, she'll seek out new junkie buddies, that's how it works. This dirty trick doesn't see that she even has a problem, and a geographical cure isn't the answer either. She's playing the typical Lohan blame game. It's as old and tired as that weave on Dina'. Yawn.

346 days ago


she's not gonna make it past 27. say goodbye to her now. the problem with the 12 steps is that it focuses on it being a disease passing the blame to someone other than herself. it's you lindsay that puts that drink to your lips/coke to your nose. we will miss you. your were great as a young child, but it's over.

346 days ago


LOL she dosent have any friends. her assitant from ny went to to the jean shoot with her in spring and hse took her 16 year old brther with her to coachella not friends.

no one wants to be seen with her.

last time she had friends was in 2007 when she may have loitered with paris hilton

more like.. she is dead to the world

346 days ago


I saw that movie before.

346 days ago


History repeats itself..if this rehab doesn't work I don't think she'll hit 28. Sad.

346 days ago


I voted three times to cut the 45k votes may be subject to a recount......Dude sells sleazy stories about LiLO and Dina and his girlfriend all day long to tabloids, shows up several times, at least three times at her place to "save Ali" in WeHo and he brought sheriffs claiming child endangerment, bangs on her windows in Venice and poor Lindsay has to hide in the closets, raids her Beverly Hills home claiming an intervention.......hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more....

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PS- these "sources" of all TMZ's are most likely rehab staff and they will hopefully get fired for talking about a patient.

346 days ago


And once upon a time in a land far far away. Lohan you're brain fried.

Producers, directors, espically investors, casts and crews want nothing to do with her.

They are fully aware of her rotten reputation and track record thieving. She's more of a liability than an asset.

Is Lohan so delusional she thinks that 90 days "forced" rehab is going wipe away 10 years of hardcore drinking, drugging and partying and rotten reputation. Good luck with that.

346 days ago


I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if a hundred voices suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced. These are the voices that fear they were on any list mentioned AS being Lindsay Lohan's "friends."

346 days ago

Bear King of the Dead Thread Heads (and he means it)    

...But I thought she was fab...

346 days ago


Tough one. Its hard to cut family out of your life. I would put him in the middle. Not keep or cut. Perhaps a relationship from afar for away. Visit with a sober friend. Tough call...

346 days ago


How can you not laugh. Lohans "TOXIC" friends are dead to her. Too funny.

Lohan doesn't have any friends. Dealers, drinking and drug buddies are exactly that. Not friends.

Lohan wouldn't know a friend if it slapped her in the face.

346 days ago

LINDSAY LOHAN'S next mugshot    

Maybe her next mugshot will be while giving a bj, like the one she is giving in my avatar pic. A whore is as a whore does.

346 days ago


I wonder which restaurant will be hosting the party for the therapists and other workers at Cliffside to celebrate Lindsay's release? Can you imagine how loaded up they're all going to get? Here's a preview of their conversation.

"I can't believe we spent so much time getting an education only to waste all our resources on that lazy, jacked up slag."

"Yeah, but DING DONG, the witch is gone!"

"Did our raises come through?"

"If I had to listen to her recite her lines from "Parent Trap" one more time, I would've lost it myself. It wouldn't have been so bad, except I know she couldn't remember the real lines and was just making sh!t up."

"You said 'lines!' Everybody take a shot!"

"I think she blew Dennis Quaid!"

346 days ago


All right, no one expected that Paul Schrader's "The Canyons," starring Lindsay Lohan and porn star James Deen, was going to be the next "Citizen Kane." But there was some hope that Lohan might revive her career (remember "Mean Girls"? or "Parent Trap"?) with a gritty, raunchy movie.

Then again.... Based on early reviews, the low-budget film about the seedy side of Hollywood stars' lives may just push Lohan's career even further down the slide it's been on for years.

Here are some reasons not to see (or to see, if you're into masochism) the beleaguered starlet's film, "The Canyons," according to critics.

Been here, done this
"Canyons" scriptwriter Bret Easton Ellis was fresh and new after penning "Less Than Zero" in 1985, and red-hot in 1991 with "American Psycho," but his stories of the beautiful drowning in wealth, decadence, drugs and ennui is dated. With "Canyons" he's back on well-trodden territory, and there's not even Robert Downey Jr. around to liven things up. Lohan's co-star James Deen plays Christian, who is "blasé, conceited and narcissistic" and a "trust fund baby with a stunning hillside Malibu pad," writes Todd McCarthy in The Hollywood Reporter, but he's "a pale brother to Ellis's totemic character of the 1990s, Patrick Bateman, in 'American Psycho.'"

There'd be serious character flaws, if these characters were remotely interesting
Though psycho, Bateman was at least fascinating. Watching bad people do bad things can work, but there has to be some meat on the bones. "These bozos aren't lively enough to even get cast on a reality TV show, much less be the focus of written drama where some psychological and emotional dimensions are normally expected," notes McCarthy. Along those lines, FilmDaily's John Hazelton has a slightly more positive attitude: The film, he writes, turns out "to be a fitfully intriguing but ultimately aimless psychosexual thriller about pretty young things behaving badly in Hollywood."

It's not even so bad it's good
Cult films can be terrible, yet weirdly compelling. "Canyons" doesn't even seem destined for midnight showings to drunk college students. "Far from the renegade, boundary-pushing, sexually explicit sensation that its makers have been suggesting, 'The Canyons' is a lame, one-dimensional and ultimately dreary look at peripheral Hollywood types not worth anyone's time either onscreen or in real life," says McCarthy.

And the sex is boring
Top priority if you're making a low-budget picture unlikely to make anyone's Top 10 list and you have a prolific porn star on hand: Make the sex awesome. Instead, as Indiewire's Eric Kohn notes, "(T)he mounting scenes of drama don't make the mediocrities especially pronounced so much as they coalesce into a dry, insipid whole." Adds McCarthy, "Any expectations of explicit sex ... are not even approached, much less fulfilled, as there's nothing beyond standard R-rated talk and nudity on hand."

But what about Lindsay?
The New York Times dedicated nearly 7,500 words to the film's production (and Lohan's horrific behavior during filming) in a piece titled, "Here is What Happens When You Cast Lindsay Lohan in Your Movie." Kohn offers a post-script in just 10. "Here, Lohan is as bland and unfocused as the material," he wrote. "But even a topless Lohan and a group sex scene lit by swirling neon lights, the story fails to surprise."

But there's always one wild card in the bunch, and that comes courtesy of Variety's Scott Foundas, who can claim the distinction of writing the lone positive review of "The Canyons."

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