Lindsay Lohan apparently ordered someone to beat up Paris Hilton's brother Barron Hilton, because Barron apparently said some mean things about Lindsay, and now Paris has sworn to get revenge on Lindsay over the whole thing, and yes, this is real life.
According a report, Lohan was in Miami Beach over the weekend taking in Art Basel when she allegedly asked a male friend to attack and beat up Hilton after he supposedly badmouthed her at a party.
Hilton posted a picture of his battered face on Instagram, and Paris took to the comments to swear vengeance.
Hilton told Miami Beach cops that Lohan and her friend came up to him at an Art Basel party. Lohan reportedly began yelling, "You talk shit about me to my boyfriend, this is what you get."
Then Lohan's friend whaled on Hilton's face, according to TMZ.
Hilton posted the photo of his face, which solicited a crapload of comments, including one from sister Paris herself, who wrote:
"They both will pay for what they did. No one fucks with my family and gets away with it!!"
Oh snap! Spoiled rich people who literally did nothing to earn their money or their fame are cat fightin'!
Lindsay's father, Michael Lohan, who makes his home in Boca, is of course, denying his daughter had anything to do with Barron's beating.
But a video shot right after the incident shows Hilton confronting Lohan as she tries to drive off in an SUV, taunting him.
Hilton told police he doesn't know the name of the guy who beat him up. But he's sure Lindsay is the one who ordered it. The video seems to confirm that.
But no worries. As Paris mentioned in the Instagram comments, Lindsay won't get away with this.
Plus, she also went to Twitter and tweeted this out:
Karma's a bitch...
— Paris Hilton (@ParisHilton) December 7, 2013
But keep in mind that Paris once tweeted out: "No, no. I didn't go to England. I went to London."
So "karma's a bitch" probably means "ice cream sandwiches are delicious" to her.
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