Lindsay Lohan's mother Dina has signed up to a new celebrity hotline service allowing fans to get directly in touch with her so she can "tell the truth" about tabloid rumors.
Dina Lohan, her ex-husband Michael Lohan, former Party Of Five actor Jeremy London and reality TV star Tila Tequila are among the names available to contact via Dial-A-Star.com, which charges U.S. callers a minimum of $50 and between $10 and $25-a-minute to speak to the stars.
Talk show host Wendy Williams called the hotline to chat to Dina Lohan on Thursday morning and caught the Mean Girls actress' mom in the middle of household chores at her home in Long Island, New York.
And Lohan admits she decided to make herself available to fans after seeing all the false reports about her and her daughter's lives.
She says, "It's really a cool concept. The guy is a genius who's doing it (sic)... They approached me a couple of days ago and I said it sounds like a really cool idea 'cause for me as a parent and being in the entertainment world for 30-odd years there are so many inaccuracies in the media and for me, if I can get people to call... you can reach out and tell the truth as to all the BS (bulls**t) out there about your life... That's why I personally did it."