Ali Lohan Labels Plastic Surgery Rumors 'Stupid'
Ali Lohan has finally addressed rampant speculation she had gone under the knife herself. The younger sister of Lindsay Lohan graced the December issue's cover of New York Post's Page Six Magazine, and adamantly denied she had any plastic surgery on her face in its interview, calling the rumors "stupid".
"I was cracking up. Because, like, when would I do that? I'm 17 years old," said the aspiring model, who recently signed on with Next Model Management. She went on to stress, "That's not legal! I would need my mother's signature, and do you think my mom would ever sign off on that? No!"
During the chat, Ali also admitted to have been offered drugs in the past. "I just say no," she was quick to assure. "I'm lucky enough that I had my sister to learn from. I've seen people do it to her, so I've learned to be like, 'That's stupid, no.' That's why me and Lindsay are also so close, because we're able to talk about those things together."
Ali generated plastic surgery talk back in early September. Spotted out and about in Beverly Hills on September 6, she seemed to have a more angular face and fuller lips if compared to her look five months earlier. The speculation has led her sister Lindsay to quickly come to her defense, simply telling E! News at the time, "She has never."
Ali's modeling agency director Alexis Borges also denied the rumors as stating, "As a young girl who is growing up, it's natural for her facial features to change slightly." The teen's rep, Steve Honig, additionally pointed out, "It's what most people refer to as the awkward stage. Ali is growing up; that's all."
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