Lindsay Lohan complains about Miley Cyrus, wants to sue jewelry store over video
Lindsay Lohan's sense of humor went from being razor-thin to nonexistent this week, since she complained to Lorne Michaels about Miley Cyrus' Saturday Night Live monologue poking fun at her and is now looking to sue the jewelry store she allegedly stole from for making money off the video showing her stealing. Gee, you'd think Lohan was a public figure or something.
Sources tell TMZ that LiLo chided Michaels over the SNL bit, in which Cyrus sang a song that went, "I never stole a necklace or got a DUI .. never cheated on my wife like that golfer guy ... so what if you can see a little boob from the side ... I'm sorry that I'm not perfect." (Watch it below, if you'd like.) Apparently Lohan felt betrayed by Lorne, whom she'd always seen as a mentor and father figure, the site says. We know for sure dad Michael doesn't fill that role.
Meanwhile, she also wants to sue Kamofie & Company for illegal use of her image for profit, the site says. The store, from which Lindsay is accused of stealing a $2,500 necklace, raked in $40,000 for selling the rights to the surveillance video featuring the actress to Entertainment Tonight for a week (watch part of that above, since it pretty much refutes her claims that she had two witnesses with her). The store stands to make more cash by selling it to other people once that week is up.
"We regret to hear there is trepidation by Miss Lohan in connection with the video," a store rep tells TMZ. "We hope that everyone understands that this is beyond our control, the flood of the requests to see this video were simply too overwhelming. It was truly necessary to put it out."
It sounds like to us like a private business could generally use its own video footage however it pleases, but then, Lohan got a juicy settlement from E*Trade for that whole "milkaholic" fiasco, so what do we know?