Looks like Michael Lohan meant it when he said he’d do whatever it takes to make his daughters fly straight. Lindsay Lohan has been tweeting up a storm since her estranged father showed up with police at her apartment today to check on her 16-year-old sister Ali. While the “welfare check” was reportedly inspired by the Lohan sisters’ wild antics at Coachella last weekend (TMZ says Michael told police the girls rode in a car going over 100 mph), Lindsay unsurprisingly isn’t grateful for their concern.
I have no choice but to make this public, due to my sister’s safety, as well as my own, “my ex-dad” just WALKED INTO MY APT like the devil’s advocate with officers…/let’s not forget, that my father KIDNAPPED me from a COURT ROOM when i was 4 years old and is CRAZY/ he has NEVER paid child support, and is marrying a tabloid writer and can barely spell his own name due to his “brain” that has been ruined/ due to HIS drug use./when will it ever end…it’s been going on my whole life with him-hasn’t he caused enough pain?/I NEED A RESTRAINING ORDER! MY SISTER AND FRIEND TOO!!!!! HE’S NUTS!!!/my BUILDING didn’t STOP him, isn’t it supposed to be safe? THAT’S WHY I MOVED HERE! it coulda been FAKE cops! dressed up!
While the police left Ali at Lindsay’s (“We went, she checked out fine, and we left,” said the sheriff’s department), Michael remains defiant. “Lindsay can twitter all she wants. This is about Ali and her welfare,” he tweeted. “Ali is 16 and [mother] Dina has no right allowing Ali to be in such elements.”
“It is very serious and my ex could be in big trouble,” said Dina. ” He’s dangerous…. If he can’t get to them he is going to try to hurt them — it’s not good.” Is Michael valid in his concerns or have his own frightening run-ins with the law cost him the right to interfere?