Lindsay Lohan wrote a list naming “36 lovers” – including Ledger, Timberlake, Efron and Phoenix!

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In Touch Weekly has gotten their hands on a list, written by Lindsay Lohan herself, detailing 36 of her lovers…. and those are only the celebrities! According to ITW, Lindsay was hanging out with her friends in January, and they were talking about the people they’ve slept with. Lindsay decided it would be fun to write down all of her famous conquests on a list, and now that list has been made public.

According to her list, she’s banged some of the biggest names in Hollywood…. and to be honest, I’m kind of surprised. Joaquin Phoenix? Really? Adam Levine? Here’s more…

The future of Hollywood’s biggest couples could be at stake! In Touch has exclusively obtained a shocking list, penned in Lindsay Lohan’s handwriting, exposing 36 of her famous lovers. Among the dozens of superstars named are Adam Levine, Zac Efron, Justin Timberlake and Joaquin Phoenix.

“They were giggling and talking s— about people in the industry,” a source, who watched as Lindsay jotted down name after name at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Jan. 30, 2013, tells In Touch.

“It was her personal conquest list,” the source says. “She was trying to impress her friends with the list and then tossed it aside.”

The source also shares with In Touch that Lindsay would pause to think at times “as if she had to remind herself of who they were.”

Also named on the list are Colin Farrell, Evan Peters and Wilmer Valderrama. Many of them never imagined Lindsay would kiss and tell, but she apparently did!

“The list has some pretty big names on it, and they’re not all single guys,” an industry insider tells In Touch. “This getting out now could rock several Hollywood relationships to the core.”

Here’s her list – check out her conquests!



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