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Lindsay Lohan NOT “Alienating” Co-Stars On British Sitcom “Sick Note,” Despite Claim

Lindsay Lohan Sick Note

By Michael Lewittes |

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Lindsay Lohan is not “alienating” her co-stars on the British sitcom “Sick Note,” despite an article in a tabloid with a poor track record when it comes to reporting on the actress. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk the claim. We’re told it couldn’t be further from the truth.

In yet another misguided story about Lohan, OK! maintains Lohan is “alienating” her “Sick Note” co-stars Rupert Grint, Don Johnson, and Nick Frost with her alleged “one-upmanship.” A so-called “insider” is quoted telling the tabloid, “Whenever anyone starts talking about something that happened to them, Lindsay interrupts with a bigger and better story.” “She’s more trouble than she’s worth” having around the series, adds the publication’s supposed source.

The premise of the show, which is set to begin airing in the England in the fall, is that Grint’s character Daniel is relatively unhappy with his professional and persona life, and to make matters worse, he’s been diagnosed with esophageal cancer by Frost’s character, Dr. Glennis. However, Dr. Glennis was mistaken and Grint is perfectly healthy. But Daniel and the doctor perpetuate the lie because the physician doesn’t want people to think he’s incompetent, and Grint’s character has begun to enjoy his life since everyone is treating him better, thinking that he’s gravely ill. Johnson is Grint’s boss on the series, and Lohan plays his daughter.

The tabloid, playing off the show’s “sick” theme, claims if a cast member has a cold, Lohan invariably says “she almost died from a runny nose.” The magazine’s purported source sniffs, “It’s exhausting listening to her.” No, it’s exhausting fact-checking the publication’s inaccurate articles.

A source involved in the British production tells Gossip Cop the outlet’s claim is “untrue,” and that Lohan has been nothing but professional. And a rep for Lohan was surprised to hear any such allegations. “She loves all the cast in the show, and is friends with them all, so not sure where that would be coming from.” Gossip Cop assumes the tabloid either relied on a poorly informed “insider” or possibly manufactured the report. Either way, it’s wrong.

This is not the first time OK! has published a fictitious article about the actress. In the past, for example, the tabloid ran a cover story that falsely asserted Lohan was “hooking up” with Tom Cruise. And more recently, the publication claimed she was moving to Russia. Like those time-proven untrue reports, the latest about her “alienating” her “Sick Note” co-stars is also inaccurate.

 


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