Sexy Lesbo Lindsay Lohan Outs Herself Officially, Like We Didn't Know


Samantha Ronson was a call in guest to the raido program Loveline the other night where she talked about the Travis Barker and DJ AM plane crash. Blah, blah, blah, nobody cares, blah, then she handed the phone to Lindsay Lohan who also blah blah then Stryker asks Lindsay point blank how she and Samantha have been dating (skip to the 6:35 mark in the clip below). Lindsay says, ""A very long time." This is only interesting because despite overwhelming evidence, Lindsay has never acknowledged that she is actually in a relationship with Ronson. Why now? Why break her silence now? Anyway, I still don’t consider Lindsay a lesbian. Samantha Ronson is the furthest thing you could get from a girl. And Lindsay is not a true lesbian because she keep going back to cocks. Coke and cocks just keep pulling her back, its call addiction or dependence. She will be wanting a bukkake shower very soon and thats something even the very boyish but very lovely Samantha just can't give her. I wonder how Samantha look naked, couldn't be that bad. God I love lesbians... Click on pictures to enlarge.

Its so sad, I know Lindsey will eventually break Samantha's heart for some random cock.

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Lindsay Lohan has confirmed what the world has guessed: She's been dating Samantha Ronson "a very long time."

It's been the worst-kept "secret" in Hollywood for months, but finally it's come out - and so has Lindsay Lohan.

Her publicist has denied the pair were an item.

But, following months of speculation, Lindsay has now admitted what we knew all along.

The 22-year-old actress casually told the co-host of the syndicated radio program "Loveline" on Monday that she's been dating the 31-year-old DJ. The pair have appeared in public and been photographed together but have never publicly commented about the extent of their relationship.

"You guys, you and Samantha, have been going out for how long now?" DJ Ted Stryker asked. "Like two years, one year, five months, two months?"

"For a very long time," Lohan said after laughing.

Stryker interviewed Ronson while she took a break from DJing at TV Guide's Emmy afterparty Monday night in Los Angeles. Ronson had been discussing her friendship with DJ AM and Travis Barker, who are recovering from severe burns following a plane crash in South Carolina last weekend, before putting Lohan on the phone.

She has finally confirmed she is in a lesbian relationship with DJ Samantha Ronson, although the pictures of them holding hands and canoodling had been a bit of a giveaway.

In May, at the Cannes Film Festival, the pair were spotted kissing at P Diddy's yacht party.

In July model Daisy Lowe told the Mirror:

"Lindsay and Sam make a lovely couple - they seem really happy. Their relationship is totally genuine. And they're just so sweet together."

And then Sam gave Lindsay an £11,000 Cartier commitment ring on her 22nd birthday.

Sources close to the actress say her lesbian romance has brought her happiness - and exorcised the demons that had turned her life into a cycle of car crash episodes and stints in rehab.

Evenings spent partying hard with drugs, booze and bad boys have been swapped for sedate, candlelit dinners with Sam.

Fiery relationships with playboys including Calum Best, Jude Law and Jared Leto are a distant memory. As are bitchy feuds with girlfriends over boys. Lindsay's fling with singer Aaron Carter caused a rift between her and Hilary Duff in 2002. She also fell out with Paris Hilton after being caught kissing Paris's ex, Stavros Niarchos in May 2006.

Wilmer Valderrama, of That 70s Show fame, was Lindsay's first love. After they split in 2004, she had flings with Harry Morton, boss of Pink Taco restaurants, and rehab patient Riley Giles.

Sexy and stunning she never had trouble attracting men. At a movie festival in Capri, Italy, last December, Lindsay saw three different blokes on three consecutive nights.

First she pulled Italian bar waiter Alessandro di Nunzio. The next day she was seen snogging actor Eduardo Costa. And the following day she was with Italian screen star Dario Faiella.

Lohan's publicist, Leslie Sloane-Zelnik, told The Associated Press on Monday that Lohan is not engaged to be married.



Lindsay Dee Lohan (born July 2, 1986 in New York City, United States) is an American actress and pop music singer. Lohan started in show business as a child fashion model for magazine advertisement and television commercials. At age 10, she began her acting career in a soap opera; at 11, she made her motion picture debut by playing identical twins in Disney's 1998 remake of The Parent Trap.

Lohan rose to stardom with her leading roles in the films Freaky Friday, Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, Mean Girls and Herbie: Fully Loaded. Her subsequent roles include appearances in A Prairie Home Companion and Bobby. In 2004, Lohan launched a second career in pop music yielding the albums Speak (2004) and A Little More Personal (Raw) (2005).


Samantha Ronson (born August 7, 1977 in London, England, UK) is a British DJ that has been romantically link to Samantha Ronson.

In 2000, Ronson spun live for MTV New Year's Eve 2001's show from the network's studios in New York Times Square. In 2002, it was announced Duncan Sheik would be co-producing an album for Ronson that would be out in the spring.

Ronson distinguished herself by becoming the first rock act signed to Roc-A-Fella Records. She released four songs under the label: "Pull My Hair Out", "Fool", "If It's Gonna Rain" and "Built This Way," and wrote and recorded her first album, RED. "Built This Way" was featured in the movie Mean Girls starring Lindsay Lohan and Rachel McAdams. RED was never officially released, though song downloads were made available from her MySpace page. Ronson has also made a number of appearances on mix tapes produced by artists on the Roc-A-Fella label. In a January 2008 interview with MTV News, it was revealed Ronson had parted ways with her label and is currently focusing on DJing.

Ronson is co-owner of the New York City nightclub The Plumm, along with actor Chris Noth, David Wells and Noel Ashman, among others. The club's popularity with celebrities has kept Ronson's name in gossip columns, as has her friendships with patrons.