The 'Glad You Came' hitmakers show their support for LiLo during a Justin Bieber concert where they serve as an opening act.
The Wanted showed their support for fellow celebrity Lindsay Lohan after she was arrested following a nightclub catfight. One member of the rising boyband wore a "Free Lindsay" t-shirt when serving as an opening act for Justin Bieber in Friday night, November 30 concert.
The British heartthrobs were linked to LiLo after rumors emerged that she was seen out with Max George before she was taken into police custody. The "Liz & Dick" actress reportedly hit on Max and flipped out when he turned her down and talked to another female clubber.
The Wanted guy who showed her support was not Max though. It was his bandmate Jay McGuiness. The curly-haired member donned a white tee with "Free Lindsay" written in red letter when he performed with his friends in a second Madison Square Garden gig.
Lindsay attended their first MSG concert Wednesday before she hit Avenue where she was arrested. She seemed to leave the gig in a great spirit as tweeting, "I love all of my fans and @justinbieber @thewanted fans!!! Thank you so much for putting a smile on my face!! Lots of love."
Elsewhere, the alleged victim of LiLo's punch, Tiffany Mitchell, was spotted with her newly-hired lawyer, high-profile attorney Gloria Allred. The woman, who's reportedly a psychic, previously claimed LiLo threw a racial slur by calling her a "f***ing gypsy" after she offered the star a free reading.
LiLo was arrested on third degree misdemeanor assault and is expected to appear in court face formal charges at a January 7 arraignment. She was released from jail later that day after being bailed out by her assistant Gavin Doyle who's also a good friend of hers.
"@lindsaylohan after bailing you out last night I HOPE and PRAY you get the help you so desperately need," Gavin tweeted. "We are ALL rooting for you." LiLo's father Michael Lohan quickly responded, "GOoD job Gavin! Keep your head up! God knows you are right and always try to do your best for her. God knoes (sic) the ones who care!"
The Lohan patriarch, however, was not impressed by LiLo's mother Dina Lohan. "@dinalohan why is it that I have to go public to get her into rehab and you want to take credit when you are part of the cause?" Michael scoffed at his former wife. "TOLD YOU!"
LiLo's lawyer Mark Heller insisted his client "was certainly not intoxicated, certainly not under the influence of drugs. She was clear [and] lucid, her eyes were clear. No alcohol involvement whatsoever on this occasion." He added, "She was perfectly appropriate. And the police made note of that."