Anti-fur activist dumps flour over Lindsay Lohan’s head

November 15, 2008

Paris (ChattahBox) Lindsay Lohan’s romantic weekend in Paris, France with her lover Samantha Ronson turned sour early on Saturday morning when she was showered with flour at a Paris club. Lohan and Ronson were celebrating with friends around 1 AM on the famous Champs-Elysees when the incident occurred. The man yelled, “Lindsay Lohan – fur hag!” as the Mean Girls star stood fuming and ‘lightly battered’ after the attack.
A bystander says, “Lindsay was mortified and then furious. She’s in Paris supporting her girlfriend, DJ Samantha Morton, and I think she was planning a flour-free weekend.”

Lohan’s love of fur hit the headlines in May (08), when she was accused of stealing an $11,000 fur coat from a New York club.
A statement from the ‘People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’ PETA reads, “Lohan has enraged animal lovers by appearing in at least two different fur coats in recent days, despite PETA’s repeated pleas that she consider how animals suffer for every fur garment and stop wearing their skins. She was named on PETA’s annual Worst Dressed List earlier this year.”

Also making PETA’s list of the worst-dressed celebs of 2008 were Eva Longoria Parker, Kate Moss, Marilyn Manson, Kylie Minogue and Aretha Franklin. PETA Europe’s Robbie LeBlanc has applauded the flour attack on Lohan, stating, “There is nothing remotely fashionable about the torture and death of animals killed for fur.
“Lindsay Lohan might be able to ignore images of bloody animals skinned alive for their pelts, but we hope a dash of flour will help her rise to the occasion and forsake fur once and for all.”
Somehow we doubt it.

Reported by: Hot Momma Celebrity Gossip


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