Michael Lohan takes televised paternity test... on 'Trisha', no less.
He's been sued on TV, and now he's taking paternity tests on TV. There is nothing this man won't do in front of a camera. He should really give Bubba the Love Sponge a shout.
In more important (TV related) news, Michael took said paternity test (not literally) on Trisha Goddard. Did you know Trisha got herself a show stateside after getting essentially poached from ITV by Channel 5 in 2005 and then subsequently cancelled in 2009? They don't mind their trash TV being overtly orchestrated, you see.
Anyway, Lohan got himself on The Trisha Goddard Show to find out whether a 17-year-old by the name of Ashley Horn is Lindsay's half sister.
Michael, 52, - who has four children with ex-wife Dina and is currently expecting a baby with his 29-year-old girlfriend Kate Major - has allegedly been avoiding taking the test for four years and according to RadarOnline, he said he felt "sick" after giving a sample of his DNA on the show.
Despite her mother Kristi Horn insisting she find out for certain if Michael is her father, Ashley told the show: "I don't want to be part of the Lohan trainwreck." She also "attacked" Michael for refusing to acknowledge her in the past, saying "What gives you the right to tell me that the kids have a right to disown me. What made you say that to me? How can you keep lying?"
He's addicted to the drama, Ashley. So much so that he had to drag you on TV to discuss a paternity test he in fact took a DNA test back in 2008. The Daily Mail reports: "The 52-year-old has agreed to take a paternity test on the Trisha Goddard show after Kristi Horn claimed she had a relationship with Michael 17 years ago that resulted in the birth over her daughter, Ashley. This after a court in Montana ruled that Michael was Ashley's natural father and his name was added to her birth certificate after he carried out a DNA test in 2008."
Story by Sheena McGinley | 13:15 | Thursday 15th November 2012 | TV News
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