Lindsay Lohan NOT Getting Liposuction, Despite Report (EXCLUSIVE)
Lindsay Lohan is NOT getting liposuction for her supposed “double chin,” despite a report from one of the tabloids. Gossip Cop can exclusively bust the claim. A rep tells us the allegation is “untrue.”
The story can be found in this week’s National Enquirer with the headline, “LIPO LILO! Lindsay mulls going under the knife to loose her double chin.” According to the supermarket tabloid, Lohan is “horrified whenever her wobbly wattle pops up in pics,” and now she’s “ready to put her neck on the line — with liposuction.” The decision to “give the fat-sucking surgery a go” supposedly comes after the star “tried almost everything and anything to get rid of her turkey neck.”
“Lindsay’s tried diets, jawline stretching exercises, neck rolls, firming creams, all with little success,” a so-called “friend” claims to the magazine. “She’s stood in front of the mirror for hours doing all kinds of facial exercises to fix the problem.”
The National Enquirer stories goes on to speculate about what plastic surgery Lohan may have already had, including how “derma facial fillers” may have made her supposed double chin “more pronounced.” The outlet’s source even claims the actress “uses a darker-colored foundation to try to hide it, but when it comes to flash photography, all bets are off.” As evidence, the tabloid points to an allegedly photoshopped Instagram photo, with its tipster exclaiming, “Lindsay’s not about to show herself with a wad of chin hanging off her neck.”
That sounds rather melodramatic, but melodrama is often the National Enquirer’s specialty. Over the years, the magazine has claimed Lohan was communicating with Michael Jackson’s ghost, wanted to date Prince Harry, and planned to marry Samantha Ronson in reality TV wedding.
And who can forget the report earlier this year that said Lohan was trying to become a witch? It’s rather hard to take the outlet seriously. Still, Gossip Cop checked in with a rep for the star, and we’re exclusively told the new allegations from the National Enquirer are “all untrue.” That’s not surprising, considering the tabloid’s sister outlet Star told a similar “double chin” and liposuction tale almost exactly two years ago.