Over the weekend, there were a bunch more reports about the Lindsay Lohan drama during New York Fashion Week. At Wednesday night’s V black and white party at the Boom Boom Room, Mary-Kate Olsen reportedly ‘flipped’ because she was seated across from Lohan’s table. Olsen reportedly ‘looked so upset about her seat and kept looking over at Lindsay.’ Olsen was heard saying, ‘I really don’t want to be here right now,’ when no other seats became available. There would also have been leaked photo drama, after the V party, but for the intervention of some random. TMZ.com reports that Lohan lost her cell phone but a partygoer at the Boom Boom Room found it, took it home, and later returned it to Lohan, unmolested, without asking for a reward. The cell had texts, emails, and photos.
The next night, Lohan had a run-in with Dakota Fanning at the Oh, Lola! By Marc Jacobs fragrance launch at the Dream Downtown. When Lohan sat near the 17-year-old, Fanning ‘rolled her eyes’ in the direction of her friend and ‘they scooted further down the banquette to get away from Lindsay.’ Lohan was later thrown out, according to Page Six. Lohan was ‘rebuffed several times’ at the door of the Marc Jacobs party. She only gained entry thanks to the hotel’s owner, Vikram Chatwal. Within minutes of being seated, ‘security approached Lohan and told her she wasn’t welcome.’ Lohan’s rep has gone on the defensive, telling TooFab.com ‘Lindsay attended Fashion Week on business to see the collections, meet with designers, stylists and retailers and fulfill a few appearance commitments. She was extremely distressed at the level of media attention her presence attracted as well all the rumors that abounded during the week. These reports were completely false and made-up by people looking to exploit her for their own benefit and self-promotion.’ So, in short, it’s everyone else’s fault.