EXCLUSIVE! Michael Lohan’s Fiancée Kate Major Says Lindsay’s Jail Sentence Is ‘Unfair And Very Harsh!’

Wed, July 7, 2010 11:28am EST by 8 Comments

Kate says Lindsay going to jail is dad Michael’s “biggest fear.”

Lindsay Lohan may be heading to jail, but she isn’t without loyal supporters. Her father Michael Lohan‘s fiancée Kate Major is in shock over Lindsay’s 90-day jail sentence. “To be honest, I never thought that things could end up the way they did with Lindsay,” Kate tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively. “I think it was unfair and very harsh. I would have gone to LA with Michael if I ever thought this would have been the outcome. I have only the best to say about Lindsay. She is beautiful, talented and a loving person who doesn’t belong in jail.”

“Michael is in shock still and is devastated,” Kate continues. “This was his biggest fear because he has gone through it himself and this is his child. I just pray that Lindsay will be OK and I hope she knows that her dad loves her and is extremely worried. It’s stress no family should endure, famous or not…”

Of course, Kate isn’t the only person to come out in Lindsay’s defense. Kim Kardashian, an old friend of Lindsay’s, tweeted her sympathies to Lindsay on July 6. “Sending positivity your way @LindsayLohan Love you,” Kim wrote. “Everyone please send LL your sweet prayers. U never know when someone really needs it.”

Lindsay’s mom Dina Lohan also spoke out shortly after the sentencing. “This is so not fair to do this to my child,” she told PopEater.com.

What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Do you agree with Kate and Dina that Lindsay doesn’t deserve her 90-day sentence?

— Andy Swift

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Posted at 1:20 AM on July 20, 2010  

If you continually and flagrantly break the law and ignore court orders, you go to jail. It would happen for regular citizens, why shouldn’t it happen to “celebrities”? I am sorry this young woman has problems, but she has been offered all kinds of help and has refused. Perhaps this is the wakeup call she and her dysfunctional family need.

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Posted at 10:42 AM on July 9, 2010  

I do pity poor Lindsay’s current life situation, but not her continuously arrogant,petty antics.
1.The PRIMARY problem with this girl is that she has not taken personal accountability or responsibility over her own life’s direction. Nevermind if your parents sucked, or are crazy, or abandoned you…At some point, you just get sick and tired of being sick and tired and you pull yourself up by your bootstraps and get on with the business of becoming the type of Adult YOU choose to be.
2.The SECOND and most obvious problem is the medical professionals who are drugging her with all these scheduled narcotics. Why in the world would she care about illegal drugs? She’s got a legal go-pass allowing her to legally take prescription drugs in jail, out of jail, in rehab, out of rehab, with or without her scram bracelet. When did she start on Adderall? when she became a chubby teenager?? ADHD my foot!!!Why on earth does she have Dilaudid??What kind of severe pain does she have? everyone else gets 5-7 days worth of Tylenol w/codeine for wisdom teeth removal.
Lindsay does indeed get to legally drown herself with the perfect Hollywood cocktail…
nexium=repair stomach after taking all of the above
just add a little liquor and we’ll all be reading about her ‘accidental overdose’ next..

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Posted at 11:40 AM on July 9, 2010  

This is Michael Jackson all over again. Lindsey is surrounded by “yes” people and “poor baby” people. She’s an addict and she’s going to die. These 90 days COULD BE the greatest gift she’s ever recieved if handled correctly. Had I been the judge, I would have sent her to boot camp rehab for TWO YEARS where medicine is not an option.

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Posted at 2:44 AM on July 8, 2010  

the judge is so out of line it is almost criminal. She called up the drug program and did not send in the proper documentation to the program. They had two progress reports during the year and Right On told Lindsay she was fine and the judge did not request Lindsay come to the progress hearings because she was in compliance. Then all of a sudden, in May, Lindsay was ordered into the hearing, she unwisely missed the hearing stuck in France and was ordered to come in a week later. At the next hearing Lindsay is ordered to wear the SCRAM alcohol monitor and have random drug test and go to a class each week. She complied, she passed all drug tests, and had one SCRAM alert which experts say could have been a false positive. She then goes to the hearing feeling good about being in compliance, making up all her classes only to hear that she didn’t go once a week, a whole bunch of irrelevant stuff about 3 years ago, and a judge that did not listen to any of Lindsay’s lawyer’s arguments about the totality of the situation was that although Lindsay did not do the once a week, she did all of the classes required, just at a different schedule. The court botched the communication to LIndsay, the drug program was in disarray at times, and LIndsay is left looking bad, getting relentless bad press based on half-truths and misrepresentations. The demonizing of this celebrity is ridiculous. Yes, she’s not perfect, but she’s nowhere near the horrible, arrogant, disrespectful person she’s made out to be. She did try and for that she got a way too severe sentence of useless jail time and inexplicable rehab (she didn’t test positive for any drugs) that sadly most of the public seems to be applauding without knowing the details of what transpired.

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Posted at 11:42 AM on July 8, 2010  

“making up all her classes only to hear that she didn’t go once a week, a whole bunch of irrelevant stuff about 3 years ago.”

Irrelevant!!!!! Lying not once but twice and trying to put the blame on someone else when pulled over for a DUI. Lying about cocaine found in her possession and on her pants – and only admitting guilt *after* she tested positive for cocaine use. Jumping into a car that didn’t belong to her and going in pursuit of someone she was angry at while in a drug-induced state and terrifying the passengers of said car. She has not once express any true remorse for her actions and was only sorry she got caught. She constantly fails to take responsibility for her actions and thinks she’s entitled and above the law. She deserves every last second of jail time because she violated the terms of her probation and it’s about damn time she’s held accountable for her actions.

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Posted at 2:22 PM on July 7, 2010  

She is 24 years old and she knows what is right and what is wrong. When does personal accountability enter the picture. She got what she deserved. She had her opportunity to stay out of jail and she didn’t comply. No reason for her to cry about it. She pushed it, and she lost.

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Posted at 12:23 PM on July 7, 2010  

we do this to these stars, we see people that look like they’re going to spiral out of control, then we feed them the ropes to hang themselves with. Then we act shocked and self righteous when they do. I think it’s terrible, but everyone who watched her, or read the articles about her, or criticized her is partially to blame. Sometimes all these celebs need is some effin time to themselves, maybe Jail will be good for her in that respect, but seriously the things people say do hurt and do get back to them. I know it’s part of their job, but how would you feel if you constantly had camera’s following you at your office, talking about how you’re messing up your life and how trashy you are, when you’ve done nothing wrong. You’d end up doing that very thing, because you’re a person, and people have faults. These people are for entertainment, not to be role models

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Posted at 2:01 PM on July 7, 2010  

if i had cameras in my face every move i made, i surely would not like it, but i also would probably be in the best shape of my life and would not be likely to get so intoxicated that i was falling into cactus plants and such. i see your point, but with lindsay it’s much more than the stress of a camera in her face. she’s an addict. she’ll struggle with this her whole life, which hopefully isn’t short.

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