Lindsay Lohan’s Playboy shoot and part of the interview have leaked to the internet.
She and Hugh Hefner decided to imitate Marilyn Monroe, except Lohan’s skin looks a lot older and saggier than the photographs of the young Monroe.
Lohan also has obvious implants, a nose job and a wig, but in the original pictures of Marilyn Monroe, she did not have a wig or implants and the pictures were before her reported rhinoplasty.
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The article is titled “Lindsay Reborn.”
The author of the article lifted a famous line from the speech President Eisenhower gave on his last day in office where he said to be aware of big business and their New World Order Illuminati takeover of the citizens’ government by creating the “military-industrial complex.”
The magazine author said Lohan was apart of the “celebrity-industrial complex.”
Lohan was asked: “Having faced down jail and worked in a morgue, is there anything Lindsay’s still afraid of?”
She said: “Uh, not really. You do realize I just posed nude for Playboy!”
In the part of the article that was leaked, Lohan spoke about sexuality, but did not specifically address her bisexuality or her past lesbian relationship with DJ Samantha Ronson.
She was reportedly paid $1 million to bare it all for Hefner.
Lohan has compared herself to Marilyn Monroe a number of times publicly, even though she is not nearly as iconic as the star and has not made as many popular movies as she.
Marilyn Monroe’s pictorial in the magazine was not authorized by Monroe.
The photos were bought by Hef from the man owning the rights to the pictures taken before Monroe was a movie star.
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