Lindsay Lohan's father, Michael Lohan, claims she recently ''bonded'' with her baby half-brother, Landon, in New York City despite previously insisting she wanted nothing to do with the tot.
Lindsay Lohan has ''bonded'' with her baby half-brother.
The actress' father, Michael Lohan, has revealed the 'Mean Girls' star, who previously insisted she wanted nothing to do with her half-siblings, recently met his 14-month-old son, Landon, with girlfriend Kate Major, in New York City for the first time.
The showbiz patriarch, who also has three other children, Aliana, Michael and Cody with Lindsay's mother Dina Lohan, told gossip website RadarOnline.com: ''All of my kids got to meet Landon. It was a great experience for me and Landon and I think them too.''
He added: ''Ali was the most amazing, but Lindsay bonded with him and so did my other children.''
The 27-year-old actress vowed never to have a relationship with the tot or Michael's other teenage daughter, Ashley Horn, when her father broached the subject on her self-titled OWN reality show.
She said: ''I don't want to talk about your two [other] random f***ing kids. They're not part of my family and they never will be.''
In November 2012 a paternity test confirmed that Michael had an affair when he was still married to Dina and fathered Ashley, who was said to be devastated to learn that Lindsay wanted nothing to do with her.
A source said at the time: ''While Ashley can't stand Michael, she thought Lindsay would be kinder to her. She says the Lohans are trash and wants nothing to do with them but the truth is she is really hurt by Lindsay's attitude.''