Known as the notorious mother of troubled Hollywood starlet Lindsay Lohan, Dina Lohan looked like an utter drunken mess in a brand new preview clip of an interview with Dr. Phil McGraw to be featured Monday (17.09.2012).
She kept fidgeting and slurring her words as she replied to Dr. Phil’s questions related to her daughter Lindsay, as well as her own parenting skills.
The 49-year-old, who was branded as the 'world's worst mother', started with her odd behavior right away as she turned to the cameras and asked: “Are we to camera now or rolling?”.
From this point onwards Lohan changed her mood constantly from giggling to crying and at times she even threw insults at McGraw.
Stumbling over her words and wiping away tears, she took aims at her host saying: “You’re like in your little tie and your little shoes.”
Being surprised at what she said, Dr. Phil asked Dina, 'what the hell does that mean?'
The talk went on with Dina trying to set the record straight about her eldest daughter Lindsay and to defend her own parenting skills. Failing to behave herself, she leaves the impression of a completely wasted person, or in Dr. Phil's words she was “being phony and flitting around”.
In a desperate attempt to defend herself, but with uncontrollable laugh Lohan said: “I’m being scrutinized by you people.”
At one point during the interview Dina seemed as she was sick and tired of all the questioning and she asked Phil, “Can I go home now?”.
And that's not all dear readers, since apart from the quite unusual interview with Dina Lohan, Dr. Phil had also an opportunity to exchange a word or two with Lindsay’s father Michael Lohan via satellite.
Among all the things they said the most striking was Michael's question:
“Was she drinking before she did your interview?”
Well, Deni claims she didn't. Actually, in a statement released by TMZ today (14.09.2012) Dina Lovato says the following:
"I don’t care what it looks like. I’m fine and I don’t care what anyone says," adding, "All people saw was two minutes edited of an hour long interview. Of course they cut it to make it interesting. That’s their job . I don’t blame them for doing that. Some of the comments were taken out of context but I’m fine. I’m fine.”
What's the truth we will have a chance to find out on Monday, when is set to air the entire Lohan interview.
Stay tuned for more on the Lohans.

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