Is Lohan Blaming Show-Business For Heath Ledger’s Death?

ll_blog_2.jpgNah, not really. I believe the exact quote contained the word “can”, not “will”. Yet, it makes good news to spin bullsh*t out of thin air. I’m not going to go either way on this. In my opinion, it’s up to everyone to read meaning in someone else’s words. Not to mention the words of an airhead like Lindsay Lohan, my god. She couldn’t be subtle if her life depended on it. From Us Magazine:

Lindsay Lohan, who was once linked to Heath Ledger and was spotted crying after his passing, is speaking out on the late actor’s death.

In the new issue of New York magazine, the actress, 21, poses nearly naked for a recreation of “The Last Sitting,” the last series of photos of Marilyn Monroe.

Lohan calls Monroe‘s suicide “tragic,” adding, “you know, it’s also tragic what just recently happened to someone else.”

Asked if she’s referring to Ledger, Lohan replies, “They are both prime examples of what this industry can do to someone.”

Still, the star, who’s been in rehab three times, insists she will not end up like them.

“I’m not them … I sure as hell wouldn’t let it happen to me,” she tells the magazine.

Ledger died of a prescription drug overdose last month. He was in the middle of shooting his final film, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.

Jude Law, Johnny Depp and Colin Farrell have recently signed on the replace him.”

Personally, I think Lohan, if she were blaming the industry, would be exactly right. Most people won’t argue that the business itself is nothing but a Mecca for criminals and prostitutes. It’s true; over the years there have been several Hollywood suicides, and deaths related to cosmetic surgery.

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