Posted on | October 1, 2012 | 9 Comments
Christian LaBella’s hands will be sore from all the high-fives he’ll collect today from his buds on Capitol Hill after his epic weekend:
Lindsay Lohan just can’t stay out of trouble, but this time the drama queen is pinning the mess on a party pest with a cell-phone camera.
The “Mean Girls” actress mixed it up with a starstruck congressional staffer in her Manhattan hotel early Sunday, prompting cops to step in.
Police say Lohan took Christian LaBella’s cell phone so she could delete dozens of pictures and videos of her partying — and she claims he got physical with her trying to get it back.
After Lohan, 26, called the cops, LaBella, 25, who works for an Illinois Republican, was initially charged with misdemeanor assault in the blowup at the W Hotel Union Square.
But law enforcement sources said the assault rap has already been dropped. . . .
Poor Lindsay, always the victim — and check out the absurd quote from Lindsay’s brain-damaged mom:
“She’s very shaken up,” Lohan’s mother, Dina, told the Daily News Sunday afternoon as she comforted the troubled starlet. “Thank God he didn’t have a weapon.”
What idiocy! If you read the rest of the article, you’ll get Lindsay’s self-serving side of the story (undoubtedly vouched for and embellished by her friend “celebrity booker Claus Hjelmbak”) when clearly all that was happening was two 20-somethings quarreling at 6 a.m. over photos of their all-night-long entertainment.
Lindsay evidently threw a conniption because she didn’t like the photos LaBella had taken, and her vehement rage — rather than any criminal action by LaBella — was the source of the dispute.
There’s a lot of this unfortunate attitude going around: “I’m angry at you, therefore you must be guilty of a crime.”
Lindsay Lohan needs to be advised that her anger-management issues don’t entitle her to have the objects of her wrath arrested.