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Lindsay Lohan Turned Down 1 Million Dollar Offer to Come Out as a Lesbian

June 03, 2008 02:37:51 GMT

She's been advised by her team to turn down OK! magazine's offer, worth $1 million, to confirm her lesbian relationship with Samantha Ronson.


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Rumors are mounting that Lindsay Lohan has been offered $1 million deal to come out of the closet as a lesbian and confirm her alleged romance with DJ Samantha Ronson. Well, it appears that she is lesbian for the right price as new report has just surfaced that she turned down the offer, which was made by OK! magazine.

According to the New York Post, OK! magazine has made the starlet the offer "to do the cover" but her team have advised her to turn it down despite the fact that she "really wants this to happen and she needs the money." "They sent offers and we passed," a spokesperson for the actress has confirmed.

OK! magazine itself said, "We don't comment on future editorial" when being asked about that matter.

Lindsay's alleged romance with Samantha was widely covered by various news media when photos of them sharing an apparent kiss and passionate embrace hit the net late last month. Her father Michael Lohan was quick to issue a confirmation, telling US Weekly his daughter's close relationship with Samantha "is evident to anyone with half a brain." "Just like the [topless] Marilyn Monroe spread, Linds is my daughter and there are just some things a father doesn't want to see or hear, regardless of whether they are true or false," so he stated.

Wedding speculation emerged soon thereafter, with Lindsay was reported to have been planning to wed Samantha in a ceremony at Dolly Parton's theme park, Dollywood, this coming July. No words just yet from Lindsay herself or her people regarding the report.

© AceShowbiz.com




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posted by yeah on Nov 08, 2010
She's cool !! Her father has half a brain but..whatever :D She's great :D

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