Yesterday, Dina, denying that Lindsay receives preferential treatment, complained to Radar, “She doesn’t have cell phone privileges, that’s absurd. She doesn’t even have a pillow to sleep on,” and adds, “I talk to her through glass. There’s a phone and we put her on speaker but I can’t even hug my daughter. She’s treated like a common criminal.”
Mind you, Lindsay Lohan is a common criminal. She hijacked a SUV and engaged in a car chase while drunk. When she was booked, she was found with cocaine in her pockets. She was then put on probation and then she violated it by not fully meeting the terms set. The very definition of a criminal is anyone guilty of committing a crime. Which Lindsay did many times. The only thing you could argue is Lindsay is a celebrity thereby making her uncommon. But in jail, everyone is equal so who cares if she’s a celebrity on the outside. Her screams of fear just the same as anyone else.
I literally blinked a bunch of times and sat in stunned disbelief after reading this. Dina wants Lindsay to have cell phone privileges? What? This is a damn jail not summer camp. The only special privileges Lindsay should be getting are a toilet that flushes and a roommate who won’t rape her. But even that’s debatable.