Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 3 September 2015

Lohan's mum 'exhausted' by court appearance

Published 31/01/2013

Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan's mother Dina admits that she is pretty fatigued at the moment.

The 26-year-old actress is facing eight months in jail currently and is reportedly flat broke.

Lindsay appeared in court on Wednesday to address issues regarding her 2011 jewellery theft probation. She has recently been accused of misdemeanour lying to the police after a car accident last summer and could be in violation of her probation.

Although Dina confessed that she was drained to TMZ after attending Lindsay's court appearance, she is keeping her hopes up.

"It's been a long day ... I'm exhausted," she told the website.

"We're moving in a good direction."

News emerged that Lindsay's father Michael Lohan welcomed a son named Landon with his fiancée Kate Major in Florida on Wednesday.

When asked if she had anything to say to her husband on his new arrival Dina said, "Congratulations." According to the website the statement was delivered in "the most begrudging tone of voice".

Dina and Michael Lohan divorced in 2007 after 22 years of marriage. They share three children in addition to Lindsay.

The former spouses have expressed their enmity for one another voraciously over the years.

Michael's feud over parental issues with ex-wife Dina has been highly publicised since daughter Lindsay had her big Hollywood break nearly a decade ago.

Most recently it has been revealed that Michael fathered a daughter, who is now 17, while married to Dina.

The familial tension doesn't end there, as the parents have been butting heads over everything from interventions to Lindsay's financial management.

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