Half-Sister Ashley Horn Pays To Look Like Her
Lindsay Lohan has an estranged sister, who wants to look just like her! In fact, Ashley Horn has even gone under the knife to resemble her famous sister.
Everyone wants to be like Lindsay Lohan... well, maybe not everyone, but her half-sister Ashley Horn certainly wants to look like her famous sibling.
Ashley is Lohan's estranged half-sibling and the biological daughter of Michael Lohan — who was still married to Dina Lohan at the time of his affair with Horn's mother, Kristi Horn.
However, Ashley discovered who her father was only last year, following a paternity test.
The 18-year-old has since dyed her hair a fiery red color and opted to go under the knife to look more like her famous sister.
In fact, Ashley reportedly spent $25,000 on five procedures of plastic surgery in an attempt to launch her career by looking like Lindsay.
Horn told In Touch Weekly magazine, "I've gotten rhinoplasty, a bit of refinement underneath my cheeks and jawline, some fat injected into my chin and some fat injected into my upper cheeks."
"My goal was to look like Lindsay in her good days, when she was around 18, 19 years old."
In fact, Ashley doesn't just want to look like her famous sister, she actually believes she is more attractive.
She told the publication, "I'm hotter than Lindsay! I have no problem saying that."
What does Michael Lohan have to say about his one daughter wanting to look like the other? He told Popdust, "It's disgusting and totally crazy!"
"It's totally shocking. Why on earth would she do something like this? It's just sick and twisted. She's only 18 years old and she's undergoing plastic surgery?"
"She was a really pretty girl in her own right, why would she do something like this?" he said.
"I suspect Kristi is behind the decision for Ashley to undergo all this surgery purely for publicity purposes."
What do you think of Ashley's decision to have surgery to look like Lindsay? Is it crazy and disgusting, or a very clever publicity stunt?
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