Lindsay Lohan is keeping out of trouble since leaving rehab, but it doesn’t mean that she is by any means less interesting. There is still speculation as to whether the starlet will be able to kick her
addiction habit or go back to being a hot mess.
Lohan was recently spotted having dinner with schmexy Inception star, Tom Hardy. According to various reports Hardy and Lohan were introduced by mutual friends and the duo are said to be bonding over
sobriety. The British actor has been sober since 2003 and previously battled addiction. We are happy to hear that Lohan is keeping positive influences in her life!
While the pair have been sharing some platonic sober time together, Hardy’s publicist announced that he is not Lohan’s sponsor at this time.
Hardy isn’t the only pal that the starlet has been spotted out on the town with. Lohan also caught a Lakers-Knicks game in Los Angeles with super posh jewelry designer Pascal Mouawad. Mouawad generously gave Lohan a 10-carat Rosette necklace, with an estimated price tag of $25,000.
That’s one nice gift!
Mouawad said of his friend, “Lindsay is looking great, she has a positive attitude, and we are looking forward to an amazing 2011 spending a lot of time together.”
Lohan also won’t be alone in her new Venice dig. Lindsay is apparently invited a girlfriend from rehab to live with her rent free! Lohan’s friendly reportedly has been sober longer than Lindsay, who could use a positive influence/ role model close to her.
In other Venice, Lohan news, it is being reported that Lindsay and her ex-girlfriend Samantha Ronson have made up and are on better terms. Lohan moved into the condo next door to Ronson… without her knowing. When paparazzi photographed Lohan and her people move into the condo, Ronson was asked if she had any New Year’s resolutions, her reply was “No. I’m too p***ed off right now.”
Well, all is forgiven now. Lindsay is said to have extended the olive brand to Ronson and apologize and even offered to move. Eventually, all was forgiven and the two shared a meal at a nearby eatery.