Lindsay Lohan just messed with America’s sweetheart, and JLaw’s fans are not going to be happy.
Lindsay Lohan is on a roll. A recent interview with Kode Magazine has the actress saying some pretty mean things, but Lohan claims parts of the interview were completely made up by the magazine. For her sake, we sure hope so.
Lohan has taken issue with Jennifer Lawrence in the past, but a quote by LiLo shows she is still holding a grudge against America’s sweetheart.
“She saunters off into the opposite side of the room as the conversation then moves to America’s current sweetheart, Jennifer Lawrence,” the Kode article reads, according to UPI. “Her feeling towards her infamous stumble at the ceremony’s red carpet is pretty evident. ‘She’s so fake and I’m sorry I’m not going to f*** for roles.'”
Lohan first attacked JLaw right after the 2013 Golden Globes, when Lawrence proclaimed “I beat Meryl.”
Lohan was not happy Lawrence would make such a proclamation, and took to Twitter to share her disappointment, saying, “Words cannot express how much I LOVE Kristen Wiig. And no1 should ever mess with a legend, such as Meryl Streep.”
“It was a quote from First Wives Club,” Lawrence explained to David Letterman back in January 2013. “Bette Midler was talking about a Globe, I can’t believe nobody’s ever done it before, where she says, ‘Look what it says, it says I beat Meryl.'”
Lawrence later also said, “I said it and I had no idea Lindsay Lohan would take it to the Twitterverse.”
Lohan’s rep claims the part of the article that was fabricated was where it claims Lohan was drinking vodka during the interview. The rep said that Lohan emailed her answers to questions provided by the magazine, and never actually spoke to someone in person (Kode‘s editor-in-chief denied that to E! News, and said they have photos and sworn testimony the interview took place in person).
Even with the denial about that part of the interview, so far, she hasn’t denied the quotes about JLaw. But don’t expect Lawrence to give Lohan the time of day by issuing a response.