Not all is happy in Lindsay Lohan land after the release of this month's Vanity Fair magazine. Turns out, that whole drugs and bulimia thing didn't sit so well with Camp Lohan, and now Lindsay, her mom, and her publicist are denying the article and claiming it was all made up. In a statement to Teen People, Lindsay Lohan had this to say about Vanity Fair:
The words that I gave to the writer for Vanity Fair were misused and misconstrued, and I'm appalled with the way it was done. I knew I had a problem and I couldn't admit it. Aside from [the writer's] lies and changing of my words, I am blessed to have this job and wonderful family that I do.
To which Vanity Fair replied:
Evgenia Peretz is one of our most reliable reporters. Every word Lindsay Lohan told her is on tape. Vanity Fair stands by the story.
So it's a case of she-said-she-said, and somebody be lyin'. But something smells funny to this here blogger, and I'm calling "bullshit," on both of them. Who is hurt by this? Lindsay now gets to deny rumours of drugs and bulimia, while still getting more attention, and Vanity Fair gets to sell more magazines, even after everyone realized that Lindsay Lohan didn't get naked, even though they said she would.
So, would these pictures of Lindsay Lohan holding her very own copy of Vanity Fair, be considered ironic, then?