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Lindsay Lohan admits list of lovers is real on 'Watch What Happens Live'

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Lindsay Lohan has been thrust into the limelight again with the airing of her docu-series “Lindsay.” Fans have watched as Lohan's life unfolded like a train wreck on the show with diva fits, no-shows for work, and a lot of unpacking. A few weeks ago a list of “lovers” was released to the press and the publishing source claimed it belonged to Lohan. According to an April 17 report from USA Today, Lindsay Lohan did admit the list was hers on “Watch What Happens Live” with Andy Cohen. Fans are not shocked at the admission.

When the news broke regarding the list, a collective sigh of disapproval ensued across social media. The list was made while Lindsay Lohan was supposedly in Beverly Hills at a bar, but that is only a half-truth. Lohan says the list was part of a sobriety program she was completing while at the Betty Ford clinic. It is incredibly unfortunate that someone decided to take a photo of the list and sell it to the media causing embarrassment to all parties involved.

Names on the list of lovers included celebrities like Justin Timberlake, Joaquin Phoenix, James Franco, and Adam Levine. Of course at the height of her career, Lohan probably ran in the same crowd as most of these men. Only James Franco commented on the news and he denied ever sleeping with Lohan. No one will know exactly went on between Franco and Lohan, and fans aren't sure who to believe at their word.

Lindsay Lohan told “Watch What Happens Live” host Andy Cohen that the list will be discussed on the series finale of “Lindsay.” It was an incredibly personal thing to do and it was necessary in order to complete her path to sobriety. Fans are anxious to see what Lohan will say about how it got out and the backlash that may have come along with naming names, especially when some of the men were linked to other people during the time period in question.

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