Lindsay Lohan on Adoption Rumors: That’s No One’s Business

Star promotes “Liz & Dick” biopic, dodges more personal questions

  Lindsay Lohan on the red carpet at the premiere of “Liz & Dick,” the Lifetime biopic on Elizabeth Taylor
Lindsay Lohan may be getting ready to become a mother, by adopting a baby boy. She may as well continue to focus on her work and getting her career back on track. Whichever of the two she’s thinking of, she’s not saying.

Lindsay Lohan may be getting ready to become a mother, by adopting a baby boy. She may as well continue to focus on her work and getting her career back on track. Whichever of the two she’s thinking of, she’s not saying.

For the past few hours, rumors have been swirling that Lindsay is actually preparing to adopt a baby boy.

Access Hollywood caught up with her on the red carpet at the premiere of “Liz & Dick,” the Lifetime biopic in which she stars as Elizabeth Taylor, and point-blank asked her about it.

Lohan, as always, is playing it coy, saying the “friend” who’s been telling these things about her to the press is definitely no friend at all and the she needs to find out who she or he is before they spread more rumors to the press.

She also laughs the whole thing off by saying “that’s no one’s business” when pressed for more info on whether she’d ever consider adopting to become a mother.

However, it looks like no “friend” has been feeding this story of the adoption to the press but Lindsay herself.

This week’s issue of Us Weekly brings an interview with Lohan, in which she talks about her dreams of being taken seriously as an actress, of no longer being considered a “troubled starlet,” of finding love and, of course, winning an Oscar.

“I want to adopt a son,” she is also quoted as saying.

“I’m not focused on that [on finding love] yet. I want to do a ton of movies first. After I win an Oscar, I can start thinking about love,” Lindsay says.

“I think there are a lot of directors and producers who know I’m a good actress. I just want them to get past the misconception that I’m not reliable, because I am. I’m going to make them believe in me again,” she promises.

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