Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan Judge and Mirror Each Other

Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan Judge and Mirror One AnotherParis Hilton and Lindsay Lohan both judge and mirror each other like two dummies and then each want respect when the other fails to give it. At present, there is feuding going on between Lohan and Hilton’s brother Barron Hilton, and somewhere in the middle there, his sister Paris is butting in, forgetting that she and Lohan mirror each other.

The story goes that both Lohan and Barron were at the same party in Miami the other night when an unidentified guy assaulted Barron, bashing his face in pretty badly. Lohan found out that supposedly Barron had been speaking negatively about her, and, after the brawl, she confronted Barron, yelling at him that he shouldn’t talk about her to her boyfriend.

At the start of the brawl, however, Barron said that Lohan was hooting and spurring him on, seeming quite pleased that the attacker was doing real damage to Barron. Barron insists that Lohan was the person responsible for this fight, believing strongly feels that Lohan ordered it.

Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan Judge and Mirror One AnotherOf course, Lohan is denying any such involvement. She forgets (or maybe doesn’t even know) how ridiculous of an alleged good character she played in this role, when she put her own foot in her big mouth. If Lohan had nothing to do with any of this problem, why then did she feel the need to openly shout that bit about Barron supposedly talking crap about her to her boyfriend, that’s what he gets?

Naturally, the incident does not end there but only expands, as Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan both judge and mirror each other. The police got involved when they were summoned to the scene and interviewed the victim of the assault, Barron. Barron stated may not know the name of his attacker, but like the rest of the smart onlookers, it’s as plain as the nose on our faces that Lohan, whose grin quickly faded by all the denying she was doing, had something to do with the assault. She certainly wasn’t jumping in and looking to protect Barron, whom she has known for mega years now, given her former friendship with his sister Paris.

Then Lohan’s brother, Michael Lohan, got involved when he started insisting that his sister Lindsay wasn’t even at the mansion when the fight broke out. She had left before this, claimed brother Lohan, because she didn’t want to be around the influence of drugs, liquor and violence, and even several security personnel confirmed this defense.

Whence, there comes Barron’s sister, the heiress Hilton, immediately posting her own brand of self-righteous malarkey on Instagram. All fixed to rain down on anybody’s parade, she shoots off the now famous line: “They both will pay for what they did. No one f—- with my family and gets away with it!!” Allegedly, on Saturday Hilton threatened Lohan with the “you better watch your back” scare tactic, as if Hilton were one of the men on the Sopranos.

Point is that, as all of this ruthless behavior and cat-fighting plays out among these adult divas, neither Hilton, 32, nor Lohan, 27, differs from one another, let alone to be demanding anything from each other. Both women have had issues with drugs and alcohol, in and out of jail and rehab more than once, and embroiled in all kinds of unpleasing issues with others in public. Despite all the wealth,  privilege, and stardom each one has, Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan both judge and mirror each other like two plain fools, and that right there makes the world of entertainment a priceless one.

By Christina Ibbotson

NY Daily News

UK OMG Yahoo

2 Responses to "Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan Judge and Mirror Each Other"

  1. Christina Ibbotson   December 8, 2013 at 9:18 pm

    Yes, English is the second language of the person who wrote this, but the article was edited by an editor who masters the English language.

    Reply
  2. Salah   December 8, 2013 at 6:23 pm

    Is English the second language of the person who wrote this?

    Reply

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