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Dina Lohan Flips Off Dr. Phil During Interview



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Dina Lohan was in a hysterical state of mind when she was interviewed by Dr. Phil. She was acting nervous, fidgety, and somewhat out of control when she was asked some questions by the TV psychologist. If he posed a question to her she did not like, she simply would flip him off.

“Can I ask you some questions, and you answer them, not in television speak but just answer them honestly?” Dr. Phil asked her.

Getting answers out of Lindsay Lohan’s mother was like pulling teeth. She wasn’t having much to do with it and it definitely did not help her cause. Dr. Phil felt she was too concerned about the cameras and his staff filming their segment.

“You spent more time talking about cameras, are we rolling…that’s my business…we’re not here about my business, we’re here about your life,” he told her.

That is all it took for Lohan to act out. When the doctor continued on by saying all she did was start out by acting “phony” and “inauthentic,” she gave him two fingers instead. She threw in a “sorry” for her inexcusable gesture.

Dina Lohan was disoriented during the whole interview and was not willing to answer questions that she found too difficult. She clearly was not in a sober frame of mind for the interaction.  Lohan argued that she editing is to blame for how she came off on camera. She told TMZ that everything was taken out of context and that she was not wasted during the Dr. Phil interview.

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