After getting into a nasty wreck on the Pacific Coast Highway with her assistant on Friday (June 8), Lindsay Lohan’s battle with the other driver isn’t over yet.
According to a report put out by People magazine on Sunday (June 10), the 25-year-old star’s rep Steve Honig says that the actress is taking the necessary steps explaining, “Lindsay cooperated fully with law enforcement. She has answered all their questions and provided them with everything they have asked for.”
Although LiLo is reportedly doing everything she is supposed to, the driver of the 18 wheeler says that following the accident the red-head and her team weren’t looking to go the legal route at first.
In a report put out by TMZ, James says that the “Herbie: Fully Loaded” starlet’s team first tried to bribe him adding, “The guy took me across the street and told me this was some kind of famous person and they didn’t want to be in the media, but I’d already called 911 because they were trying to get away from the scene.”
However, Honig tells the site that the driver is just looking for a payoff saying, “It seems to me once he realized he wasn’t going to get anything from Lindsay he decided to get cash by telling tales to the tabloids. I hope he got whatever money he was looking for. Personally, all I care about is that Lindsay and [her assistant] Gavin are okay.”
As of now, Police are still investigating the accident.
Out on a quick errand run, Lindsay Lohan was spotted making a stop at a Bank of America in New York City on Friday (May 11).
The “Georgia Rule” actress looked casually chic in a sheer blue tank top, black skinny pants and black and gold-trimmed booties as she grabbed up some cash to fund her Big Apple weekend doings.
As of late, the 25 year-old seems to be heading down a more positive path and even has a new movie role in which she’ll play the iconic Elizabeth Taylor – and her mom, Dina Lohan, is undoubtedly proud of the progress made by her oft-troubled daughter.
The Hollywood mama stopped by Access Hollywood on Friday and explained that LiLo’s new role seems fitting for her, saying, “There’s so many similarities [between them] … the tabloids, they attacked [Liz] as well. She’s really learned a lot, she’s grown up a lot.”
As for whether or not Dina is a more hard core parent when the public isn’t involved, she says, “This town is tough… Lindsay is 25, so it’s for her to talk about her demise, or whatever was going on at the time,” further explaining, “I felt as a mother, yes, I’m going to protect my children publicly, privately, I kick their butts. I’m a single mom, of course I do!”
She’s maintained a low profile ever since her “The X Factor” U.S. debacle, but Cheryl Cole is making a comeback which kicks off by taking over the cover of the May 2012 issue of Marie Claire UK magazine.
Set to hit newsstands on April 5th, the 28-year-old English pop star looked smashing in Dior and Fendi duds for the Tesh shot spread while opening up about her biggest regrets, her serious shoe addiction and her hopes for the future.
Highlights from Miss Cole’s interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Marie Claire UK!
On how she sees the next chapter of her life panning out:
“Who. The hell. Knows. In life, in general, you just don’t know. That’s the fun of it.”
On her shoe addiction:
“It’s definitely got worse over the years, my shoe thing. Just worse and worse and worse. I should really seek a little bit of therapy. Me doing my own shoe range is quite cathartic.”
On her life being much more normal than portrayed by the tabloids:
“I’m from such a normal family and background. I’m grateful for that; otherwise it could send you crazy… People have this crazy idea of my life.”
On reactions that her life provokes amazing her:
“I mean, sometimes, when people say things like, ‘Is the fact she’s wearing a pair of jeans sending out a signal?’, that still freaks me out. People psychoanalysing every move you make is weird.”
On if she has any regrets:
“In life? No. Life’s too short to have regrets. Mistakes are life. I don’t live like that. I don’t have that mentality. I think that things are sent to you so you learn and grow. If you regret them, you would never be the person that you are.”