Denial Dish: Lindsay Lohan, Laura Prepon and accused ex-Disney TV prez go on the record
Lilo rep slams reports of drinking and drugs:
Lindsay Lohan’s people are saying that the Kode magazine article detailing the troubled actress’s vodka habit is fabricated. A rep for the Mean Girls star who confessed on the Sunday finale of her OWN docu-series that she had a miscarriage says the Kode writer’s claim that Lohan was drinking vodka on the rocks during their interview is false.
“Lindsay never spoke to any journalist at Kode. The interview was completed via email,” Lohan’s rep told E! News on Monday. “We have no comprehension on why a journalist would fabricate this content and distribute it in such an irresponsible way.”
Kode sees things a bit differently, naturally. The mag’s editor-in-chief, Allan Troy Watson, says the interview went down as reported.
“I have sworn testimonies that it took place that back up everything,” he says.
Executive editor Jacob Simon adds, “Yes, the interview took place and everything stated in the article is fact and came directly from Lohan herself. And we have photos chronicling the writer and Lindsay’s numerous times together.”
Lilo’s rep says the whole interview was conducted via written Q&A.
Laura Prepon addresses Tom Cruise dating rumors:
Laura Prepon is dishing on her relationship with Tom Cruise. Or the lack thereof, anyway.
“It’s just so funny that when people don’t know, they just make stuff up, [like], apparently I’m dating Tom Cruise right now,” the Orange is the New Black star told SheKnows. “And apparently he doesn’t want me doing the show because I portray a lesbian and I’m a Scientologist. This is false; where are they even getting this stuff? It’s unbelievable to me.”
Prepon went on to address some misconceptions about Scientology, including the idea that the followers are anti-gay.
“People who first meet me don’t know about Scientology at all — and I’m always willing to talk to whoever about it… You know, in terms of portraying a lesbian on the show, I am a huge supporter of the LGBT community. I’m going to the GLAAD Awards in a few weeks. I went to the human rights campaign. I flew up to San Francisco and did this whole thing and I won this award [for] being a straight woman portraying a gay woman on camera. I’m a total supporter of the LGBT and they are an amazing fan base.”
The second season of Orange is the New Black premieres on June 6.
Former Disney TV president: I didn’t molest teen:
X-Men director Bryan Singer’s accuser is suing three more Hollywood bigwigs for sexual abuse that he claims took place in the 1990s.
The allegations in the latest suits are similar to the one Michael Egan III filed against Singer, accusing the director of abusing him when he was between the ages of 15 and 17 in Los Angeles and Hawaii.
Monday’s suits were filed against former Fox television executive Garth Ancier, theater producer Gary Wayne Goddard, and David A. Neuman, a former television executive with Current TV and Disney. Ancier and Goddard have not responded to requests by the Associated Press seeking comment. Neither has Neuman, but he ranted to TMZ about it.
“The disgusting allegations made against me are COMPLETELY FALSE.” Neuman says it is “sickening, and very evil, for anyone to lie like that, let alone in a legal document.”
Egan claims he was lured into a sex ring run by a former digital entertainment company executive, Marc Collins-Rector, with promises of auditions for acting, modeling and commercial jobs. He was put on the company’s payroll as an actor and forced to have sex with adult men at parties within Hollywood’s entertainment industry, the lawsuit says. Contributing: Associated Press