James Franco is really taking things a step further in his denial of hooking up with Lindsay Lohan. In fact, he has already written a short story for “Vice” on how he merely read to the troubled actress instead of sexing her up. Don’t worry about Lindsay, though, because she still got her rocks off with some well endowed Greek fella.
“Once upon a time a guy, a Hollywood guy, read some Salinger to a young woman who hadn’t read him before,” he tells of their evening together. “Let’s call this girl Lindsay. She was a Hollywood girl, but a damaged one. I knew that she would like Salinger, because most young women do.”
During their night together, James claims the OWN reality star recalled another story about him refusing to sleep with her at the after party of one of her film premieres.
“I ran my fingers through her hair and thought about this girl sleeping on my chest, our fictional Hollywood girl, Lindsay,” he writes. “What will she do? I hope she gets better. You see, she is famous. She was famous because she was a talented child actress, and now she’s famous because she gets into trouble. She is damaged. For a while, after her high hellion days, she couldn’t get work because she couldn’t get insured. They thought she would run off the sets to party. Her career suffered and she started getting arrested (stealing, DUIS, car accidents, other things). But the arrests, even as they added up, were never going to be an emotional bottom for her, because she got just as much attention from them as she used to get from her film performances.”
In the end, James concludes the story by reiterating what he’d already said: “For nine months, while they fixed my house, I was staying in the bungalows. First in 82, next to the little Buddha in the long, trickling fountain. Lindsay Lohan was staying there too. The Chateau was her home, and the staff were her servants. She got my room key. One night she came in at 3 AM. I woke up on the couch, trying not to look surprised. Instead of f—ing her, I read her a short story about a neglected daughter.”
He concludes by explaining, “Every night Lindsay looked for me, and I hid. Out the window was Hollywood.”
Can you really blame him for wanting to hide to get away from her and her damaged self? He was right to not take advantage of her. What do you think of the story?
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Posted Tuesday, June 10th, 2014 at 11:11am
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