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Lindsay Lohan has reached ultimate heights of trainwreck status – so much so that Anderson Cooper felt the need to comment publically. Lohan’s seemingly bottomless downward spiral has been ongoing for years, with the “star” adding another legal woe to her laundry list of them this week, but it was when she complained via Twitter about another star experiencing a similar downfall that Cooper decided he’d had enough.
Earlier this week, Lohan tweeted, “Why did I get put in jail and a nickelodeon star has had NO punishment(s) so far?"
Lohan also tweeted, “These are the moments that I appreciate my life experiences, living without regrets and Disney for supporting me as an actress-night all.”
The former Nickelodeon star Lohan referred to is 26-year-old Amanda Bynes, who has had multiple recent run-ins with the law. Bynes has incurred a DUI charge and two hit-and-run charges. Her license was suspended, and she was subsequently pulled over for driving anyway, but was let go on a warning. I agree with Lindsay on the “what the hell?” factor – why is Bynes not being required to pay for her irresponsible and reckless actions?
But still. Who the hell is Lohan to call anyone out regarding irresponsibility or recklessness? Lohan’s rap sheet is several pages long at this point, including two DUI arrests, multiple rehabs stints to address drug and alcohol addictions, an eating disorder, a theft conviction, jail time, and – just this week – her second hit-and-run.
Lohan hit a pedestrian,34-year-old Jose Rodriguez, in the knee with her Porsche around 12:30 a.m. on September 19th. Rodriguez, of course, claimed he car tap “hurt a lot” and is not going to let the issue slide. He is planning to take civil action against the actress.
"She [Lohan] said, 'You gotta move,' Rodriguez told The New York Post. "She went inside the club and another guy jumped in the car and drove off. Security tried to stop me from taking pictures of the car.”
Lohan was ultimately arrested for leaving the scene of an accident and causing bodily harm.
You think maybe she should focus on straightening her own life out, rather than worrying about someone else’s?
Cooper sure thinks so. The 45-year-old journalist said this week on his show, Anderson Live, "If I'm Lindsay Lohan, I would just be quiet and just do your job. Get off Twitter, just stop hanging out, and just do your job and come back. Everyone loves a comeback. Everyone's rooting for you."
I will say cheers to that! He even ended the statement on a positive note, softening the blow of his otherwise extremely blunt statement. Lohan will likely have some sort of comeback for Cooper, but it will be interesting to see how she handles his comments because they are simply the truth.