However, according to my anonymous source, the official story is omitting several details. First off, there's the quickly mentioned fact that Bryan Adams wasn't even in London at the time. Then there's the laughably specific information as to what they were having for breakfast; the only time someone gives that much information is when they're lying. You don't say "I cooked breakfast, you know, with eggs and everything... and bacon, and, um toast" unless you don't want people to know what you really had for breakfast.
So why be quick to point out that the only concievable male to be in the house isn't there, and lie about what you had for breakfast? Simple: there was a famous male in the house, and he has very specific tastes when it comes to women and breakfast foods.
Here's a photo sent to me by an anonymous source, taken in a park near Bryan Adam's home on the evening before Lindsay's emergency hospital vist.
Do you still believe the story that Linday's mom has been feeding the media? I sure don't. Do you think maybe Charlotte Church is jealous of all the attention Wilford is lavishing on Lindsay, and it is she who sent me the photo? I think it is most definitely a possibility.
Last night at dinner, as often is the case with Americans, our conversation turned to Lindsay Lohan. After the usual talk about her boobs, their size fluctuations, her relationship with the paparazzi and the sheer volume of her talent, the subject turned to the pronunciation of her last name. Since hearing her say it that way, I have always pronounced it "lowen", but the general public seems confused when I do that. Everyone seems to think it should be "low-han" like it is spelled, and we can't all be right. To rectify the situation I just did a quick google search* which found her bio on her official site (stupid domain name) and it had this to say:
Her family's last name is pronounced "low-han" but, when speaking quickly, they tend to say "lowen".
So I guess we can all be right.
* My search query was for "lindsay lohan name pronunciation", but as I typed it, Google Suggest helpfully showed me the most popular google searches, which I thoughtfully took a snapshot of to post here.
As you can see I had actually gotten through "lindsay lohan n" when it popped up the Google Suggest queries pictured there. Thanks google!