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Lindsay Lohan’s Mom Made a Stinging Father’s Day Facebook Post

Lindsay Lohan Appears At Court
Chris Wolf—FilmMagic Lindsay Lohan is seen arriving at court with her mother, Dina, on January 30, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.

The post was quickly deleted or made private, but not before a celebrity gossip web site nabbed a screenshot

Behind nearly every child star is a parent basking in the residual sheen of their kid’s limelight. Over the course of her daughter’s career — or at least recent career, which has been increasingly lackluster — Lindsay Lohan’s mother Dina has acquired a taste for making it into the headlines, with her family’s privacy as occasional collateral damage.

Lohan’s 51-year-old mother attracted further attention on Sunday with a Facebook post presumably directed at her ex-husband, Michael. Sunday was, of course, Father’s Day; Michael, if you’ll remember, spent a fair amount of time in prison when Lindsay and her siblings were growing up. He and Dina separated when Lindsay was a toddler, then reunited, and finally divorced in 2007.

“Happy Father’s Day to all the amazing dads and the single moms, like me who played both role[s] to our amazing children xo,” reads the caption to a photograph of a younger Dina and her children.

The Lohan matriarch — or whoever manages her social media — has since deleted the photo or at least made it private, but Radar Online nabbed a screenshot.

No response yet from Michael, who had confirmed to the gossip website just a day before his ex-wife’s post that his girlfriend Kate Major, who is currently serving out an eight-month jail sentence for a probation violation, is pregnant with her second child.

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