It’s important to remember that the only two things Dina Lohan has ever done in her life are (A) raising Lindsay Lohan, and (B) turning some half-baked promotional stunt by Carvel into a soap opera filled with trickery and deceit. So of course, when she and her brother Paul Anthony Sullivan were given four tickets to a charity event in the Hamptons, she showed up with eight people and then proceeded to skip out on a bill and didn’t tip the wait staff. From Page Six:
Dina Lohan and her brother Paul Anthony Sullivan left organizers of a Hamptons charity event fuming after they allegedly skipped out of the bash without paying the bill.
We’re told Lindsay Lohan’s party-cougar mom and her brother were offered four complimentary tickets to new East Hampton restaurant hot spot Andrra on Saturday night to watch the Great Bonac Fireworks Show to aid the nonprofit Clamshell Foundation, which supports local health, cultural and education projects.
But Dina and Paul arrived for the seated dinner with eight others. A source told us, “They dined and dashed on a $2,500 check and didn’t leave a dime for the waiters. The understanding was they would get four free tickets. Anthony stormed up at the end and said, ‘What is this check for?’ Organizers offered a reduced bill for around $1,100, but then they just upped and left without leaving a tip. When organizers later phoned him to demand payment, Sullivan said, ‘My celebrity clients were not happy.’ ”
Andrra owner Rich Silver confirmed that Sullivan and his party left with an unpaid bill but declined to comment further.
Sullivan, who in 2008 was sentenced to a year in jail for fraud and now runs a promotions company, said, “This is a total lie. My written and verbal agreement with Rich Silver was to comp dinner for 8 to 10 guests, six people ate. There was not to be any bill. Then you get a bill for $2,500?”
He added, “Dina was strictly invited as a guest and had nothing to do with paying anything. This is totally false. There is no bill to pay. I paid $500 for drinks, and I will wire a tip tomorrow.”
Yes, just another instance of a charity event trying to extort the innocent Dina and the equally innocent guy who was found guilty of fraud. Those dastardly charities! Though in all fairness, they invited Dina to an event and they DIDN’T think that she would somehow turn into an entitled diva? Genius move there, homes.