Lindsay Lohan Spars With ‘Ex-Father’ On Twitter
First Published: April 1, 2010 11:30 AM EDT Credit: Getty Images
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Lindsay Lohan went on a Twitter tirade early Thursday morning against her estranged father, Michael Lohan, claiming he verbally and physically abused her and her family.
“Someone, which i’ve mentioned in the past, fell back into the person they used to be when they’d verbally&psychically abused&hurt me,” Lindsay wrote in a Tweet – a post she has since deleted.
“it reminded me of when my father would verbally/literally HURT my mother, brothers, sister Aliana…now, as scary for me-->mind, body&sould- it’s been, why, i ask u? why me? i’ve worked so hard, and still work so hard in life-i try to do as,” she continued in her almost incoherent post. “fmuch as i can to put my fathers lack of appreciation-towards his family, friends, co-workers, dhioner towards himself , his denituy”
Lindsay then posted a link to her video, “Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter to Father)” saying, “that was for my ex-father”.
Later on, Lindsay claimed that Michael contacted her about her early morning Tweets.
“My father just sent me this as I was leaving my gym ‘I told you to stop Linds this is the last time… and take down the tweet about me HURTING MOM.. U will be getting a call from SOMEBODY today to end you,’” she wrote.
Lindsay also attended a taping of “American Idol” on Wednesday.
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Michael said he was astounded to find out that some media outlets – including Access – have prepared obituaries for Lindsay should her behavior reach a tragic end.
“What’s going on with her personal life and drug use and prescription drugs and other antics that are going on, I’m not going to stand for it. I’m not going to let my daughter die,” he told Access on Wednesday. “I don’t even want to think about [her obituary.] Do I think about it, her dying from the drugs? You have to.”
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