Lindsay Lohan’s driving back in the news
young people can see it. She met with MPAA officials last week and delivered the 200,000 signatures she collected, but the group declined to change the rating.
Katy Butler, a 17-year-old high school junior from Ann Arbor, now has nearly 300,000 signatures on her petition on Change.org.
MPAA spokesman Howard Gantman did not address the possibility of a PG-13 for “Bully” in his response Tuesday to the growing call for a revision of its rating. debut “Appetite for Destruction.” Fronted by bandana-wearing singer Axl Rose, the band also featured Slash and Izzy Stradlin on guitars, plus bassist Duff Mckagan and Steven Adler on drums.
Since leaving, Slash has had success with various projects, such as Slash’s Snakepit and the group Velvet Revolver. He’s also appeared alongside artists such as Michael Jackson, Rihanna and Bob Dylan.
He’s in the U.K. to promote his new solo album, “Apocalyptic Love,” which comes out May 21.
“I had a really good time, the whole process, from the inception of the record, you know the creating, the writing and so on all the way up through the recording,” he said. “I’m really looking forward to the tour.”
His U.S. tour starts May 3 in Baltimore.
Lindsay Lohan’s black Porsche was surrounded by paparazzi when her sports car grazed the knee of a man outside a Hollywood club early Wednesday, police said.
Miss Lohan drove off and a police report wasn’t taken because the Hookah Lounge employee wasn’t hurt, Los Angeles police Sgt. Mark Ro said.
The 25-year-old “Mean Girls” star was trying to make a U-turn outside the club at about 12:30 a.m., the Associated Press reports
“Space was tight,” the sergeant said, adding that Miss Lohan may have nudged the lounge employee’s parked car.
“He came out and said, ‘Don’t hit my car,’ ” Sgt. Ro said. “She was making a multipoint U-turn and photographers were in her way.”
The sergeant said he didn’t know who called police, but the lounge employee, whose name hasn’t been released, told officers that Miss Lohan’s Porsche grazed his knee. There was no injury and the man’s car wasn’t damaged.
“We did not take a report for hitand-run,” Sgt. Ro said. “We didn’t go looking for her.”
Tmz.com first reported the incident.
During a court hearing last month, a judge praised Miss Lohan on her progress in a long-running drunken-driving case.
The former Disney star has been under strict probation guidelines, including therapy sessions and weekly stints working at the morgue. She is due back in court March 29 for what could be her final court appearance if she stays out of trouble.