The Daily Lohan

Times Staff Writer

Everybody from Daniel Baldwin to Lindsay's grandmother has something to say today about Lindsay. Fresh from the Lohan bureau at the, here are the latest statements and overview of the newscycle just past.

• Lindsay Lohan, in a statement to Access Hollywood's Billy Bush: "Yes. I am innocent... did not do drugs they're not mine. I was almost hit by my assistant Tarin's mom. I appreciate everyone giving me my privacy."

• The production company behind Lindsay's next film, "Dare to Love Me" stands behind the actress, issuing this statement: "Bowline Entertainment is standing behind Lindsay. Lindsay is insured for the movie as of now."

• Lindsay's grandmother, Marilyn Lohan to VH1's 24 Sizzler: "I'm just very upset about the whole thing. She's such a beautiful girl. We love her and we're here for her. She can turn it around. With the right guidance and people, she can turn it around."

• Dina Lohan to TV's The Insider: "I am sick over this. My children, my family, we are like prisoners in our own home because paparazzi is outside our house. Lindsay is in a safe place. We are trying to strategically work out our next step. We are doing everything in our power in support of Lindsay and I won't give up. This is my daughter and we love her. We are waiting for the press frenzy to die down and leave her alone. Please respect our privacy."

• In response to negative reaction to his media blitz, Michael Lohan defends his actions to saying, "When you have no other options, you will do whatever you can. This is my way to send a message to Lindsay… If you want to help Lindsay out, put some good things out there. Say that Lindsay needs her family in her life."

• Recovering addict and alcoholic Daniel Baldwin spoke out on Lohan to FOX News' FOX & Friends. Baldwin expressed concern, saying, "My fear for her is that she's doing what I did the first several times I went to rehab, and that is you have the gun to your head a little bit."

• Lindsay canceled her scheduled appearance on the Tonight Show to promote her new thriller, "I Know Who Killed Me," after the arrest. However guest Rob Schneider impersonated Lohan with a mock SCRAM bracelet that contained a flask. Host Jay Leno told audience, "You know, we had Lindsay Lohan booked for our show tonight, but apparently she was already 'booked.' I thought our competition was Letterman and Nightline, but it turns out its 'Cops' and 'America's Most Wanted.'"

• Madame Tussauds Wax Museum has dressed their wax Lindsay figure in a striped prison uniform. Paris Hilton's Tussaud wax figure also donned prison garb during her legal woes.

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