Lindsay Lohan Dating Sean Penn

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Sunday, 2 September 2012

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Twenty-six-year-old Lindsay Lohan shown relaxing in her Venice Beach home with 52-year-old Sean Penn.

LOS ANGELES - It is no secret that Hollywood "Bad Girl" Lindsay Lohan is starting to have a hard time financially.

And it stems from her extra-curricular activities such as free-fall partying, midnight drinking binges, and noon day fiestas.

Lindsay's former best friend Paris "I'm Hot" Hilton has said that Lohan has asked her 7 or 12 times to borrow money so that she can pay off her lawyers fees which according to iRumors are somewhere around $1.9 million.

Lohan has had two auto accidents this summer and she has had to pay off at least six of her credit cards to keep from having all kinds of personal items repossessed including her imported Egyptian Goddess Cleopatra Bed which is valued at $29,000.

LiLo desperate for money has turned to a May-December relationship with 52-year-old Sean Penn and she has even admitted to dating him in order for him to help her out cash wise.

Penn, according to Vodka Vermicelli of iRumors is worth $150 million. And the beauty of the Lohan-Penn relationship is that the two Hollywood celebs can use each other and both can be as happy as two Yellowstone National Park woodpeckers with a hardened peckers (beaks).

TIDBIT. According to Vodka Vermicelli, Penn contacted American Idol and informed them that he wanted to be considered to be a judge on the music reality show. But he was denied due to the fact that he has way too much of a bad attitude and is considered one of Hollywood's biggest hot heads.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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