Thursday, September 25, 2008

Lindsay Lohan admits of dating DJ Samantha Ronson for a "long time"

After ‘American Idol’ runner up Clay Aiken, it’s Lindsay Lohan’s term. Ending months of rumors and speculations, the Mean Girls actress finally admitted that she and DJ Samantha Ronson were more than just friends.On September 24, 2008, in a syndicated radio program, “Loveline,” Lindsay Lohan said that she and Samantha Ronson have been seeing each other for a long time. The show was hosted by DJ Stryker. Stryker said:

“You guys, you and Samantha, have been going out for how long now?” Lindsay laughed, and Stryker continued:”Like, two years, one year, five months, two months?

"For a very long time," Lohan said after laughing.

The couple called over the show to speak to DJ Stryker about the South Carolina plane crash on September 19, 2008. Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson’s friend, DJ AM, was in the flight and he was badly burnt.

Earlier this month, while performing at a DJ party at Hollywood hotel Chateau Marmont, Samantha Ronson declared to marry Lindsay Lohan. Samantha Ronson is very much interested to tie the knot with Lindsay Lohan. She wants to stay with Lindsay Lohan all the time and this is causing her trouble with Lindsay Lohan’s friends. However, Lindsay Lohan seems fine with the way things are going.

On the other hand, Lindsay Lohan’s father, Michael Lohan, is very much upset about his daughter’s relationship with Samantha Ronson. MSNBC reports:

In an email published on X17Online Sunday, the Lohan patriarch vented his growing frustration with Lindsay’s constant sidekick.

“Personally, I think (Samantha) is dark, hideous and a disgusting representation of humanity!” Michael wrote. “Have you ever seen her apartment? For God's sake, when she runs out of toilet paper she tells people to use the cardboard roll. (I was told this first hand).”

In reaction to her father’s comments, Lindsay Lohan said that her father should be on medication to control his moods.

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