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Posted at 1:45 PM ET, 04/21/2010

Tweet Beat: Lindsay Lohan attacks Samantha Ronson (again)

By Liz Kelly

For what feels like the umpteenth time, Lindsay Lohan has taken to Twitter to blast ex-girlfriend Samantha Ronson. Is it the beginning of another tweet war -- Lilo has gone there in the past with Ronson and with dad Michael -- or just a minor flare-up?

Here's the deal: Lohan, reportedly after having all kinds of fun at the three-day heavily celeb-attended Coachella music festival, is letting her fingers do the talking when it comes to her ex. Last night she accused Ronson of assaulting her with bodily fluids and leaving the scene of the crime with (we assume) Justin Gaston:


Ronson, we assume in response to Lohan's accusation, succintly defended herself:


Last April, following the couple's breakup, Lohan also used Twitter to accuse Ronson of cheating on her and using drugs. Then in September, she again attacked, saying Ronson had told her family that she (Lindsay) was "gross." And, again in October 2009, Lohan accused Ronson's family of "controlling" her.

For her part, Ronson generally stays above the fray, though she did strike back last March when she tweeted: "@lindsaylohan: I'll only follow if you're starting a cult driven mass suicide."


By Liz Kelly  | April 21, 2010; 1:45 PM ET
Categories:  Lindsay Lohan  | Tags:  Lindsay Lohan, Samantha Ronson, Twitter  
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Isn't it about time to stop covering this chick? She hasn't made a movie that anyone's seen in a couple of years now, and her music career isn't exactly setting the world on fire either. Let her, Britney Spears, and Paris Hilton ride off into the sunset together - maybe someday they'll go back to school and find something to do that they're actually good at.

Posted by: KevFromArlington | April 21, 2010 4:16 PM | Report abuse

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