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Lohan says drugs tore her family apart

Lindsay Lohan says she would never become a druggie — because she saw what it did to her father.
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Lindsay Lohan says she would never become a druggie — because she saw what it did to her father.

The “Mean Girls” star admits to having smoked pot — she says she hated it — but says she has never tried cocaine.

“I’ve seen my father,” Lohan told the London Mirror. “I’ve seen how it messes with families and [bleeps] your life up. If I hadn’t witnessed that, I may have gone a different route. I don’t know. But I’ve seen how it tore my parents apart.”

Her father, a former financier who created and sold a successful pasta business, was recently jailed for a variety of charges including assault and drunk driving. “He has never done anything for my family or for my career,” she said. “I don’t have any respect for someone who has treated my mother the way he has and by not being a responsible father.”

Whatever Lohan may have gone through, her ego seems to have survived intact. “I feel I have a lot of talent, but I’m only now getting to do the kinds of projects where I can push myself and show what I can do,” she explained. “I’m pretty ambitious and I want to have a very interesting career.”

Willis clears the airBruce Willis has long been one of the few conservative voices coming from Hollywood, but some recent comments by the Die Hard actor make him sound a tad like a tree-hugging lefty.

In a recent interview, the “Die Hard” star said he doesn’t support the war in Iraq and made impassioned comments about the environment. When a reporter for the Independent asked Willis about his support for the war, he interrupted: “No, I’m not [in favor of the war in Iraq], so let me stop you right there. I’m not pro-war but what I am is that I like to support the young men and women who are over there participating in the war.”

He later launched into a lengthy tirade about the “toxic” air quality in Los Angeles. “I happen to live in Los Angeles and it is probably one of the most toxic environments on Earth,” he said. “People live here and they know that the air is poisonous. They know that children are affected by the air in Los Angeles. They say that growing up in Los Angeles is the equivalent of smoking a pack and a half of cigarettes throughout your entire childhood. It’s horrific when you can actually look at the air and see it.”

The 52-year-old actor, who has three daughters with former wife Demi Moore, also said he’d like to have more children.

“I don’t know if I’ll ever marry again, although I don’t rule it out,” said Willis, who has been linked with his “Perfect Stranger” co-star Tamara Feldman. “I’d like to have some more kids. I don’t know if that’s possible or not.”

Notes from all overSecretly-taped Scientology recruiting videos keep appearing — and disappearing — on the Internet. “Within an hour of us looking into it, YouTube has taken the video down and they say it was property of the ‘L. Ron Hubbard Library,’ complained one vexed reporter. Hubbard is the founder of Scientology.  . . .When Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban released their to the press, they asked media outlets who used the photo to make a donation “in good faith” to a children’s hospital in Sydney, Australia. The photo has been picked up around the world, but the Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation says it has received about six or eight donations, averaging $550 each.  . . . . Paris Hilton has standards. The partying heiress, out promoting her new album, says she’d never date Hugh Grant. Hilton explained: “I like them young.”

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