Why is Lindsay Lohan hanging out with MBS, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia?
He’s been accused of ordering a journalist’s murder; she’s been relegated to Australian singing competitions.
LeeAnne Locken of “Real Housewives of Dallas” joins.
Plus, inside Jeremy Renner’s mind-boggling custody battle.
Here’s what we know about Lohan’s connection to the Middle East:
- Lohan’s dad Michael Lohan recently told us that his daughter and the crown prince’s unusual relationship is “platonic and respectful.”
- A rep for Lohan previously insisted to Page Six the pair met just once — at a Formula One Grand Prix race. The rep — who didn’t immediately return a request for comment — also denied that the royal gave her a credit card.
- Sources close to Lohan, who has been partly based in nearby Dubai for the past couple of years, told Page Six that it’s not out of the ordinary for her to be courted by Middle Eastern dignitaries. One source said, “They go crazy for her out there.”
- The former Hollywood wild child seems to have a thing for Middle Eastern authority figures. In 2017, she met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan about Syrian refugees after she was photographed visiting a refugee camp.
Everything’s bigger in Texas
LeeAnne Locken from “The RealHousewives of Dallas” chatted with Maggie and Ian about life in the reality TV spotlight, the hottest places to party in Dallas and what it’s like watching episodes of RHOD.
“We get to see them like two days early so we can sort of plan, you know, the timing of our social media, like if we want to say something. I try to make jokes of myself every time,” she said.
Jeremy Renner bites?
As the custody battle between “Avengers” star Jeremy Renner and his ex-wife Sonni Pacheco rages on, he’s now been accused of biting their daughter, Ava.
In documents obtained by Page Six, Pacheco claims she spotted the mark on the 6-year-old in April 2017 and that Ava told her, “Daddy bit me.”
From the Vault: John Witherspoon’s first sighting on Page Six
Actor-comedian John Witherspoon, who for decades made audiences laugh in hits like the “Friday” franchise, died suddenly last Tuesday at age 77.
Back in 1999, Witherspoon made his first Page Six appearance when he was spotted with fellow comedians David Letterman and Jeff Altman clowning around outside Patsy’s restaurant in New York.
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