Over the weekend, Lindsay Lohan got into an altercation with a guy whom she was convinced was trying to take pictures of her on his cellphone, and then later accused him of assaulting her (the charges were later dismissed.) Well, it turns out that Lindsay is totally paranoid that people are taking pictures of her, and has allegedly resorted to snatching people’s cell phones and going through them if she thinks they’re taking pictures of her. Once again: The sane, rational mind of LiLo, ladies and gents. RadarOnline reports …
“I was hanging out Bootsy Bellows with my friends,” testifies one traumatized club goer. “And I was texting with my friend when all of a sudden Lindsay Lohan comes running up to me and rips the phone right out of my hand. She was like, ‘I know you’re trying to take pictures of me.’ She got security, and they went through my phone. When Lindsay saw there were no pictures of her, she didn’t even apologize.”
And, another young lady claims she suffered a similar fate at Sayer’s Club recently. “Lindsay knew some of my friends so we invited her to sit with us,” she says. “My friends and I were taking pictures of each other just goofing around and Lindsay thought for sure we were trying to get pictures of her drinking. She jumped up and grabbed my phone out of my hands. I was so shocked, and before I could ever realize what happened, Linsday grabbed my friend’s phone too! She demanded to see the pictures and started digging around in our phones. After Lindsay saw there were no pictures of her she was like, ‘You guys aren’t supposed to be taking pictures in here anyway.’”
Oh Lindsay … I said this once, I’ll say it again: if you want people to stop analysing what you do in public, either behave yourself and act like a responsible adult, or just stay home. Like it or not, you’re a public figure, and the price for fame and wealth is that when you’re out in public, you’re going to be under scrutiny. That being said, if you don’t do anything wrong, then you won’t have to worry about anything. But you can’t have it both ways: you can’t act like a reckless, entitled little kid and still expect to maintain your privacy and your lifestyle.