Lindsay Lohan, rumored to be dating Saudi crown prince, has displayed some strange behavior over the last few years
The crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammad bin Salman, has allegedly been flying Lohan around in his jets and buying her expensive presents
After starting her career as a child actress, Lindsay Lohan graced a number of films and TV shows before venturing into other professions—singing and songwriting, business, fashion designing and film producing.
Over the last couple of years, the actress-turned-businesswoman mostly stayed out of the spotlight.
However, rumors of her dating the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammad bin Salman, have now surfaced.
If the rumors are to be believed, the crown prince has been flying her around in his private jets and buying her expensive presents. One of the gifts included a credit card.
When Page Six reached to the actress' representative, the outlet was told that the pair "know each other" although they met just once at a Formula One Grand Prix race in UAE a year ago.
The rep denied reports of Lohan receiving a credit card from the man accused of ordering the 2018 murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
However, friends of Lohan, who has been partly living in Dubai for the past couple of years, told the outlet that two of them have been exchanging text messages and that it was not unusual for Middle Eastern dignitaries to fall for the 'Parent Trap' star.
"They go crazy for her out there,” an insider quipped.
While Lohan's allegedly romantic involvement with Bin Salman seems bizarre, the actress has been displaying a rather odd line of behavior lately.
Here are a few of the instances in recent times when Lohan made her fans go, "Huh?"
She posted a video of herself on a yacht after being a no-show for an Australian TV show
Lohan was supposed to guest appear on 'Have You Been Paying Attention?' in Melbourne on Sunday, August, but she did not show up.
Lohan, who is scheduled to join the judges’ panel on the Australian edition of 'The Masked Singer', is said to have canceled her appearance on the talk show because she was "resting up" for her upcoming gig in her Sydney hotel room, a Channel 10 spokesperson said.
However, on the very same day, Lohan posted a video of herself in a bikini, on Instagram, getting pampered by an assistant on a luxury yacht, confusing her fans. "Had to stay home and rinse my hair tonight," she captioned the clip.
According to Daily Mail, the clip might have been a throwback, as the actress previously wore the same Agent Provocateur swimsuit during a holiday back in 2016.
Lohan claims her Mykonos beach club did not close but moved to a new location instead
Lohan opened a beach club in Mykonos, Greece, in May 2018, which became the failed plotline for her failed MTV reality show, 'Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club' which premiered in January.
After rumors of the club shutting down began circulating in June, Page Six reported that a season two of the show was canceled.
"There wasn't 'enough drama," a source told the outlet. “They wanted ‘breakdowns.’ That’s not where [Lohan] is at with her life anymore."
To clarify the rumors, the actress wrote in a series of since-deleted Instagram posts that her fans can "chill out" because "the club is moving to other locations in the world." She never confirmed the new location.
In an interview with Newsday, she further explained: "The show was moving into a new direction. Perhaps not enough drama in my life for [a] reality-TV formula (as that's not where I am in my life). As for the club, we are simply moving the focus to a brand-new and exciting location in Athens, and also a new location and partnership to be announced in Mykonos. It’s all positive."
Lohan's ever-fluctuating accent
Lohan's fluctuating accent was first noticed by her fans during a 2016 interview she did with Greek reporters after opening her first night club in Athens, Greece.
She sometimes slipped into a vaguely Eastern European, vaguely Middle Eastern accent, while at other times sounded completely American. The weird accent took a backseat till it made an appearance again during a January interview with Entertainment Tonight, where she discussed her then-upcoming MTV reality show.
When the ET interviewer asked her point-blank about her accent, she said, "Well, I think, it's because... I think when I'm around certain dialects it changes each time—with Panos (her Greek business and creative partner, Panos Spentzoseven)—and you just pick things up along the way."