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Lindsay Lohan confirms 36-name list of sexual partners is legit, disputes how it leaked


By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 04/18/2014 

Lindsay Lohan has given her side of the story in regards to a lengthy hand-written list that recently surfaced of her sexual partners -- and in the process, she confirmed she did write it and it's real.

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"I cannot confirm or deny. I plead the fifth," the Lindsay star told Andy Cohen during a Thursday night appearance on Watch What Happens Live.

When Cohen reiterated the rules of his little "Plead the Fifth" game in which a celebrity must truthfully answer two of three personal questions and can refuse to answer only one of them, Lohan revealed how accurate that published sex list of 36 names truly is.

"I'm going to get serious for a second," Lohan began.

"That was actually my fifth step in [Alcoholics Anonymous] at [the] Betty Ford [Clinic]. And someone, when I was moving during the OWN show, must've taken a photo of it. So that's a really personal thing and it's really unfortunate. It was the last episode of my new show."

Reports of the sex list began circulating in early March when Lindsay, which premiered on March 9, was still filming. The list included major stars such as Justin Timberlake, Colin Farrell, Zac Efron, Adam Levine, James Franco, and Heath Ledger.

Lohan's explanation of the list on Watch What Happens Live is significantly different from the claims In Touch Weekly made when the magazine initially published the list.

According to In Touch sources, the troubled reality TV star had written the list while out socializing with her girlfriends at the Beverly Hills Hotel on January 30 and then left it behind afterwards.

"It was her personal conquest list. She was trying to impress her friends with the list and then tossed it aside," a source told the magazine.

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