Truth Frequency Radio
Sep 16, 2014

LINDSAY Lohan was lying when she said she had to roll Whitney Houston’s body bag at the LA County Morgue, an official from the Coroner’s Office says.

The official told TMZ, Houston was never in a body bag and no one on the probation program came into contact with the singer’s body.

The troubled actress was serving a sentence for drink driving and violating probation by working 12-hour shifts in the morgue when she claims the close encounter took place, she told the London Telegraph.

She says the experience was “F’d up and inappropriate – because a lot of other people were meant to do it, and they were like: ‘No, they can’t handle it. Lohan can.’ It’s different for me than it would be for other people – like, no one would really have to work at the morgue in LA and roll a body bag for Whitney Houston.”

An official from the Coroner’s Office refuted Lohan’s account, telling TMZ Houston’s body was transported in a plastic sheet from the hotel where she died.

To cope with the unusual regimen, Lohan says she became a stickler for the rules.

“I kind of regulated a lot of it,” she says.

“I’d tell people: ‘You didn’t fold that sheet properly’, because I’m OCD with folding.”

Lohan is currently in London, rehearsing a role in David Mamet’s play Speed-the-Plow, opening on the West End on September 24.

The plot is described as “a dissection of soul-selling in the movie industry” and Lohan has been cast as a manipulative temp, working for a Hollywood producer.

Whitney Houston

Having fled LA for New York, then London, the actress, more often in the news for her stints in rehab and other brushes with the law, is hoping the stage role will offer her the opportunity to win back respect from her fans.