This alleged Lindsay Lohan interview that was published by Kode Magazine keeps getting crazier and crazier, you guys, I don’t even know what to think. They’ve already claimed that she’s dating a married man and was openly drinking vodka throughout the whole conversation, and now they’re alleging that she accused Jennifer Lawrence of trading sex for acting roles? Whaaaaaat is going on?
If you follow Crushable, you’ve already read my theory about this — that if the quotes Kode is ascribing to Lindsay are real (which is already a leap, but what do they really have to gain from fabricating an entire interview and then refusing to retract it?), maybe they didn’t come from a structured interview. If she said them at all, perhaps they came from a casual conversation that Lindsay would have no reason to believe was on-the-record. After all, there are photos all over Instagram proving that Lindsay and Kode‘s editor-in-chief Allan Troy Watson became close after her cover shoot, with him styling her for events and appearances, and even traveling with her to Coachella.
I have no way of knowing if my theory is correct, but it would explain a lot: from the casual, conversational tone of her quotes, to Lindsay being comfortable enough to drink openly in front of her interviewer, to her rep’s claim that her interview with Kode consisted only of an email correspondence. It would all make sense.
But even I can’t explain away this newest quote that’s making the round of the internet, in which LiLo seems to accuse J-Law of being…um…an active proponent of the casting couch.
“…She saunters off into the opposite side of the room as the conversation then moves to America’s current sweetheart, Jennifer Lawrence. Her feeling towards her infamous stumble at the ceremony’s red carpet is pretty evident. “She’s so fake and I’m sorry I’m not going to fuck for roles.”
See what I mean? That’s…a lot. On the one hand, it confirms my belief that Lindsay didn’t give these quotes in a traditional interview setting, but on the other hand, what is Kode up to? These are some serious (and undoubtedly false — really? J-Law?) accusations, and the fact that they’re so comfortable putting them out there suggests they’re either extremely stupid or extremely confident they can back them up. Like what are we talking, recordings or something? There’s just no other explanation for them thinking they could get away with publishing something like this, right?
I NEED ANSWERS.