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James Franco Says Lindsay Lohan Went Full Fatal Attraction On Him After They Made Out

By Vivian Kane | Celebrities Are Better than You | May 1, 2014 | Comments ()


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James Franco is finally ready to take a stand against the gossip hounds of the world. He’s taking to the rooftops (of the Howard Stern Show) to shout out loud, “Hey world, I am NOT a sexual object. Stop your filth mongering. I did NOT have sex with Lindsay Lohan. …I may, however, have done some other stuff.” He told Stern,

All right, we maybe kissed … it was lame. This is meaningless in my life. When we made out, it was so long ago … I was like a nice guy. Like, OK, the kiss is enough. It was also sort of like, ‘What the hell am I doing?’ She was young.

This does nothing to help Franco’s recent “I swear I didn’t know she was underage” Instasgramdal. He went on to make neither of them look any good at all.

We were at this hotel during a very dark period of her history. It seemed pretty damn clear that she liked me. I’d come home late to the hotel and she’d come find me. I knew which room she was in and I’d see through the window like, “Oh there’s another party at Lindsay’s,” and she would come out to the pool area and find me. She even broke into my room one time because she was so at home there I guess they just gave her the key. And so 3 in the morning, I was on the couch and I open my eyes and there’s Lindsay in my room at 3 am and it’s like okay what do I do now. I read her a story.

Seriously, is this supposed to make Franco look like a gentlemanly victim? Cause, really, he just seems like a creepy enabler. Also, “I read her a story” is my new favorite slang for… well, anything, really.

From The Blemish via Gawker







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  • CheeseOnToast

    That is truly a creepy picture of Franco.

  • How about just simply say "it was a long time ago. We were both young. I wish her the best." and leave it at that?

    Too hard?

  • Green_Eggs_and_Hamster

    How would that make for a radio interview. He is on there promoting something, and inherent in the booking is the idea that he is going to bring the stories. He has to give up his in order to get what they are offering, otherwise he isn't getting invited back or onto other shows to promote whatever he wants to promote.

  • BWeaves

    "We were at this hotel during a very dark period of her history."

    So he KNEW what he was doing.

    "I read her a story."

    This little piggy went . . .

  • BlackRabbit

    And he knew which room she was in and didn't make himself scarce later.

  • GiftHorse

    You know, there's some people who are so skeevy and pretentious that you'd believe anything the cokehead says about them. I wonder if that 17 year old went fatal attraction too...

  • Debra Kessing

    and my judgement of character - LongDistanceVersion - proves spot on again :D

  • LL

    Stern is pretty intimidating so I would interpret Franco's story as being as close to honest as there is-- without any spin.

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