Lindsay Lohan might be under fire after a scathing New York Times article lambasted the troubled actress’ on-set work ethic, however, her ‘Liz & Dick’ co-star Grant Bowler has offered a slight rebuttal of the piece, showing support for the controversial starlet.
Bowler says that contrary to the article suggesting that Lohan yells at and attacks colleagues on-set, routinely shows up to late and runs the risk of being fired almost daily, the Mean Girls star never stepped out of line whilst shooting the Elizabeth Taylor biopic
“I never got yelled at,” He told told E! Online last night at the 2013 G’Day USA Los Angeles Black Tie Gala in L.A. “We had a lot of quiet and intense conversations. We didn’t have that relationship at all. To be completely fair to Lindsay, that did not happen. She didn’t threaten me at all.”
Bowler continued; “We had a lot of quiet, serious conversations about characters and we worked very, very hard and we both ensured that when we came to set, we came to set very, very serious. That’s the God’s honest truth.”
But would the Aussie star step back on-set with Lohan on another project? That’s something Bowler seems less certain of. “I don’t know. I honestly don’t know. That’s really one for the Gods.”
Surely we’re all waiting for Herbie Fully Loaded 3? Make it happen Lohan.