Michael Lohan Scares Lindsay Away From Potential Lesbianism for a Day

Michael Lohan
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Lindsay Lohan was supposed to stay at the Peninsula Hotel with pal Sam Ronson but freaked out and left after learning that her father had found out she was staying there. Governors Island will host its first polo match in 67 years, and a lot of hot Argentines will be playing, including Daily Intel favorite Nacho Figueras. Katie Couric's ex, TV producer Tom Werner, is dating Alexandra von Furstenberg. Lance Armstrong hung out with lady friend Kate Hudson on the set of her movie in New York. Ed Hayes, the lawyer who repped one of the police detectives accused of assassinations for the Mob, went to Afghanistan to land new clients. A mole at Mischa Barton's Nylon cover shoot says that the mag had a hard time making her look good because her legs were even worse than previous cover girl Blake Lively's. Harrison Ford is finally going to marry longtime girlfriend Calista Flockhart.

Christian Dior took down fashion ads featuring Sharon Stone in China after her comments about the earthquake being "karma" for the country's occupation of Tibet. Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller, who are getting married today, are trying to have a kid, if they aren't already having one. Mel Brooks is closing down his L.A.-based film-production company. Bill Murray's wife has charged him with physical abuse in her divorce lawsuit. Some fancy, rich French people had an awkward interaction in Southampton. Clinton crony Marc Rich was offered an honorary fellowship at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya in Tel Aviv. Alicia Keys didn't speak to anyone at a recent Seventeen magazine photo shoot in Paris because she was saving her voice for a concert later that night. Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel had dinner at a hotel in South Beach. George Clooney either dumped Sarah Lawson because of her shady past or because she was too young. Henry Kissinger celebrated his 85th birthday with chocolate cake at the Mayflower Inn in Washington, Connecticut. Cindy Adams says that producers are already contemplating a Sex and the City sequel.