Here’s Day 2 of Lindsay Lohan’s interview with The Sun where she opens up about not realizing she loved women until everyone started paying attention to her again. (Probably not her exact words, but that’s how I interpreted it.):
On Samantha Ronson:
“I never really thought about women before, it kind of just happened with Samantha. It surprised me. We’re still in touch. We live in the same apartment building in LA and see each other often. She has always been one of my best friends.”
On Sam curing her from the penis:
“If I wasn’t with Samantha, I would probably be with a boy next. She’s the only woman I’ve been attracted to. We love each other. We might reconcile the relationship, maybe. I don’t know.”
On their break-up:
“I think Samantha was growing as a celebrity and a musician and I think that might have scared her family. But I’ve always been her biggest supporter and, yeah, I love her. All the fighting stuff was just because all her friends had got involved and made me an outcast, which wasn’t fair to Samantha. I think it was a jealousy thing in terms of her becoming more famous than the rest of them.”
I’ve put a lot of thought into this, and I think it’s time we all agree Samantha Ronson was never a real person. No, really, has anyone ever seen her without Lindsay’s hand up her back while she’s pretending to drink a glass of water? Because that’s pretty much how I remember every picture of them together.
Meanwhile, It’s no secret that she’s had her battles, and Lindsay Lohan recently opened up about her struggles with substance abuse.
LiLo says she used drinking and drugs to help alleviate the stress and drama that was going on in her personal life.
“When my father was going public, that’s when I hit rock bottom. I abused substances too much and it wasn’t the answer to my problems. I tried to mask my problems with alcohol, cocaine, and mind-altering substances. Now I’m in a place where I don’t need to use anything and I feel emotions because I choose to. I never want to be close to losing everything I worked for and aspired to have my whole life. I’ve made some dreadful mistakes but learned from them — that has probably saved my life.”
Lindsay also revealed that she was introduced to cocaine by her father’s example.“I was only aware of cocaine because of my dad. I was terrified of it. But I tried it because I was stubborn, stupid and wanted to see what it was like. It’s not something I ever want to do again. It made me feel like s**t. It became uninteresting to me. I’m hyper anyway and I have that kind of personality, so I don’t need something like that.”