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Dina Lohan Dr. Phil Interview Portrays Mother as Erratic (VIDEO)

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By Brittney R. Villalva , Christian Post Reporter
September 18, 2012|2:50 pm
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    U.S. actress Lindsay Lohan attends the Philipp Plein Spring/Summer 2012 women's collection during Milan Fashion Week September 24, 2011

Dina Lohan's interview with Dr. Phil McGraw aired on Monday to much anticipation after the mother of Lindsay Lohan was accused of being drunk while on the show.

A preview of Dina Lohan on Dr. Phil accused the 50-year-mother of being intoxicated after she displayed erratic behavior during her interview. Later, however, Lohan explained that video editing had displayed her in an unfair light.

"Are we rolling?" Lohan stated, beginning the interview.

Dr. Phil then continues by listing off names that Dina has been called in the past, some of which include "worst mother in America" and "worst mother ever."

"That is so mean," Dina responded in the preview of the footage.

Dr. Phil also accuses Dina of making money by taking commission off of her daughter and lying about what she is doing. Dina denied all the accusations outright, but at some point, her responses became unintelligible, prompting some to believe she was intoxicated.

"You're in your little tie, your little shoes," Dina began laughing at one point. McGraw appeared to become frustrated with his guest at that point and making a bold accusation.

"You come on here flitting around, being phony," Dr. Phil charged.

"Oh stop, I'm not flitting around," Dina responded, but not before giving McGraw the middle finger. "I'm being scrutinized. By you people."

The full interview revealed that Dina was referring to the media as "you people." At some point Dr. Phil also asked to Hollywood mother why she had come on the show, to which she responded, "I don't know."

After seeing the preview, Lohan insisted to TMZ that she was not drunk and accused the editing of the video for the way that she was portrayed. She also added that she did not care how she was made to look.

"I don't care what it looks like. I'm fine and I don't care what anyone says," she said. "I think the interview will be good. I know what I said and the facts are what the facts are."

 

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