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Lohan and Ronson in happier times, last fall. (Peter Kramer/AP)


"Everyone turned on me. ... I felt like I was in 'Mean Girls,' but worse: 'Mean Girls' was a movie."

-- Lindsay Lohan in a weepy interview with Us Weekly, describing what it felt like to get dissed by fellow starlets Nicole Richie and Drea de Matteo at a Chateau Marmont party after DJ girlfriend Samantha Ronson dumped her -- while at the same time reminding us that she used to make good movies.


By The Reliable Source  |  April 9, 2009; 1:02 AM ET
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Ms. Lohan needs her wrists cuffed, to be ball-gagged and put over my knee for a series of bare-handed spankings. It's apparent this brat has been short-changed on domestic discipline, and her actions are proof she craves it. Just my honest opinion, folks.

Posted by: nickatdabeach | April 9, 2009 4:12 PM | Report abuse

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