Lindsay Lohan Denies Knowledge Of Half-Sister Ashley Horn On ‘Good Morning America’

Lindsay Lohan Denies Knowledge Of Half-Sister Ashley Horn On 'Good Morning America'

While Lindsay Lohan has been busy trying to promote her Lifetime movie “Liz & Dick”, giving an interview to almost anyone who asks (except Barbara Walters), her father Michael was in the middle of some drama of his own. Yesterday it was revealed on Trisha Goddard’s show that Michael did, in fact, father another daughter named Ashley Horn.

So when Lindsay was talking about the option of doing the Elizabeth Taylor biopic for free and thus wreaking havoc for everyone within a mile radius of the movie’s production, her father was trying to think of the best way to tell the world that he fathered an illegitimate child. Did he wait seventeen years to actually want to make the announcement on national TV? What was the point of that?

Still, he busted out with the bombshell announcement, thus hugging his daughter. She rebuffed him saying that she didn’t want to be part of the “Lohan trainwreck”. Apparently, all of this is news to Lindsay, who had no idea about her half-sister.

She appeared on “Good Morning America” earlier today where she was confronted with the news that her dad had another daughter. The interviewer broke the news to her and she replied with, “I didn’t even hear that so thanks for the news…I don’t pay attention to any of it.”


Wow, to not pay attention to something that actually affects her life? Is she delusional? Sure her dad is a douchebag for cheating on her mother and having another kid, but you can’t blame the kid for any of that. Do you think Lindsay Lohan will end up meeting her half-sister Ashley Horn? Does she even want to?

We would be totally remiss if we didn’t take a moment to mention how puffy Lindsay’s lips are. Seriously, did she inject them with fillers on the way to her interview? Thoughts?

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