So yesterday, we assaulted your eyeballs with Lindsay Lohan‘s coke bloat chic, and we apologize for that. It was not called for. Here’s a picture of a puppy to make up for it. All better? Good, because we’re diving back into that puffy white cavern of despair with this story of Lindsay acting like an entitled crackerjack at amfAR’s benefit, wherein she demanded that people buy her $20,000 auction “gifts” because she’s LiLo. Come for the greedy crackhead diva antics, stay for the denial from her representatives! Page Six reports:
Spies said that when Lohan recognized a wealthy Canadian financier at a nearby table, she shot over to schmooze him — but then sent an assistant over when bidding on the charity auction began.
“There were items being auctioned for $20,000,” said a spy. “After chatting with the businessman, Lindsay sent over an assistant, who said, ‘Lindsay would very much like it if you’d bid on this item as a gift.’ ”
However, the gentleman declined. “He just cracked up,” our source said — and the piece, believed to be a Hublot diamond watch with a white alligator strap, went to another bidder.
Lindsay was overheard telling guests she was at the gala because of her role playing Elizabeth Taylor, a major amfAR donor, in an upcoming Lifetime movie. The platinum-blond starlet wore a white dress and a coat with long fur cuffs and long fur trim (bringing to mind a glam, shaved yeti).
Asked about Lohan’s assistant’s request, her rep sniffed: “This is another instance of people making up stories about Lindsay.”
I totally didn’t know you could do that! I didn’t know you could just go up to random people you don’t know, then have a third party try and shake them down for gifts you haven’t actually earned. Bear in mind, this is Lindsay, a woman who has created some sort of Entitlement Narnia in her head where everyone must agree with everything she does and give into her every whim because she used to be a hot, talented, promising actress six years ago.