Lindsay Lohan Insists Infamous List Was "Personal"
Lindsay Lohan has admitted *that* list was a "personal thing", doesn't elaborate on context.
Bravo’s Andy Cohen has managed to coax some intel out of Lindsay Lohan regarding that list. “How accurate was the list?” Cohen asked the Mean Girls actress on Thursday night. “I’m going to get serious for a second…that was actually my fifth step in AA in Betty Ford and someone, when I was moving during the OWN show, must have take a photo of it so that’s a really personal thing and it’s really unfortunate," Lindsay replied.
Lindsay Lohan appears to have confirmed that the list was indeed a catalogue of sexual partners
Fox news reports that the fifth step given on the Alcoholics Anonymous website is to admit “to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs.” Although Lindsay seems to have admitted that the list does belong to her, she did not confirm whether or not it was accurate, or indeed, what it actually meant.
The list was published back in May and is allegedly a catalogue of all the celebrity men that Lindsay has been to bed with. The legitimacy of the list, which contained names including Heath Ledger, Orlando Bloom and Ashton Kutcher, has been debated.
James Franco denied sleeping with Lindsay Lohan
James Franco was one of the names given on Lindsay’s now infamous list, although the actor has come forward to deny sleeping with the actress. None of the other names on the list have made any comment.