How dare you tweet that you’ve been so victimized by the American justice system, that you consider your plight to be comparable to a 43-year-old Iranian mother of two who has been sentenced to death by stoning for the supposed crime of… adultery.
That’s right, Lindsay tweeted last night, July 7 a link to a Newsweek article about tragic Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani, imprisoned in Iran since May 2006, already subjected to 99 painful lashes and now facing death by stoning, for a crime, that her family insists she didn’t commit. As if adultery should be a crime punishable by death, anyway!
And that’s not the only insanely self-serving tweet by Lindsay. She also had the gall to imply that her human rights have been violated by her sentence of 90 days in jail and 90 days in rehab. “No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment,” she quoted from Article 5 of the U.N. Universal Declaration of human Rights!
Wow! Lindsay is so delusional and self centered, she actually thinks that her “victim-hood” puts her on par with some of the world’s biggest victims — women and men ( many innocent) subjected to torture and execution.
It’s clear now that she truly felt justified telling the judge and the court to F.U. with her fingernails and to reportedly call her sentencing judge — Marsha Revel, “a f*****g b***h.” Hey, Lindsay ‘s convinced she had a right to be in contempt of court because she’s practically a political prisoner — she’s implied that on twitter.
Lindsay — you could be the world’s — no, let me say — the universe’s Biggest Narcissist. I’m surprised you haven’t actually compared yourself to Jesus Christ, and your punishment for repeatedly drinking and driving, and then blowing off court dates and alcohol education classes — to being nailed to the cross.
You have no ability to see that you endangered others by driving — actually speeding recklessly — while being bombed out of your brain. You have no ability to see that you were sentenced just like any other non-celebrity human being would have been if they had DUIs and then ignored the terms of their probation.
You have no ability to see that because you believe you ARE more special than anybody else.
Your parents committed their own crime when they didn’t raise you. Your alcoholic father, Michael, abandoned you, then your mother, Dina, put you to work, lived off your earnings and decided to be “your friend,” not “your mother.” She preferred to party with you instead of giving you values.
And on one hand, you absorbed the fact that you weren’t loved — unconditionally — you were loved because you could make millions, get your parents on red carpets and in the press and get the whole family gift baskets and perks galore.
But while you weren’t loved unconditionally you were told you were special, special, special.
So special that normal rules and laws didn’t apply to you. Your mother Dina has constantly referred to you as a child , even though you are now, 24– “This is not fair to do this to my child” — she whined after your recent sentencing. A sentencing that she was too busy to actually attend.
No wonder Lindsay has never grown up and accepted responsibility for her actions– her mother excuses her dangerous and self-destructive behavior — drinking, drugging and driving after doing both, instead of punishing her.
If Lindsay had been punished long ago for her bad behavior by her parents, then maybe the California legal system wouldn’t have had to step in.
And maybe, then she wouldn’t have grown up into a drug- addicted, self pitying pathetic narcissistic with the nerve to compare herself to an innocent woman who the Iranians want to bury up to her breasts and pelt with stones, until she dies.
Puhleez, Lindsay- the only fear you have of stones is that you won’t be able to get stoned for 180 days of incarceration.
Grow up, and hang your head in shame, woman! The only thing special about you is how hugely remorseless you are!
- Bonnie Fuller