Written by Robert W. Armijo

Thursday, 27 September 2007

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Lindsay Lohan Lindsay Lohan caught doing the nasty in the bathroom of drug rehab facility

Hollywood, California - Lindsay Lohan was named in divorce papers of British heiress, Stephanie Allen, for allegedly breaking up her 3-year long marriage to her husband by having sex with him in the bathroom, while attending rehab at the Cirque Lodge in Utah. Allen's husband, Tony Allen, denies the allegations, but he could not account for the toilet paper still stuck to the bottom of his shoes he wore to rehab that had Lohan's cell phone number written on it.

According to the divorce papers, several employees at the Cirque Lodge rehab facility in sworn affidavits to the court confirmed that they caught Lohan and Tony in their birthday suits doing the nasty on the bathroom floor of the facility.

Reportedly, Lohan pleaded ignorance, claiming she was confused and thought she was attending sex addicts anonymous meeting. Then later when she was caught having sex in the kitchen and pantry of the facility, she claimed to have an eating disorder as well.

"They left the place such a mess," wrote one employee in a sworn affidavit. "We had the both of them forfeit their cleaning security deposit, and even that wasn't enough to cover the cost of disinfecting the place."

Lohan could not be reached for comment as her spokesperson claimed she was busy in the bathroom at the time of our call but said she would have her call us back as soon as they were finished.

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

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Topics: Sex, Lindsay Lohan

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