Adam Levine Denies Lindsay Lohan Hook Up In Suspicious Way
Another man has spoken out about the infamous Lindsay Lohan sex list. In an interview with Howard Stern, Adam Levine denied having sex with Lindsay Lohan even though his name is right there on the list. Does the list lie? Remember when the list was omnipotent and slowly revealed the names on its own? I think the list might know what it's talking about. Anyway, with his statement, Levine is following in the footsteps of Terry Richardson and James Franco who appeared on the list and publicly denied sleeping with Lohan. The latter of whom also wrote a short fiction piece that seems to be about almost hooking up with her. (The fictional character is named "Lindsay." Sneaky.)
During the interview, Levine said, "I did not have sexual intercourse with Lindsay Lohan." Well, that seems pretty straightforward. When Stern noted that no one on the list has confessed to actually having slept with Lohan, Levine responded, "That’s because I think we’re being truthful about the very specific thing." Levine is then asked, "So you don't know Lindsay Lohan?" And he responds, "I did not have sexual intercourse with Lindsay Lohan. I can fucking see it on the paper, I’m getting much better at this!"
It's unclear what that last part means — That he has a paper in front of him that he's reading his answer off of? That he can see his name on the sex list and knows how to deny it? Either way, it seems that Levine maybe did some... other things with Lohan and is just denying sex AKA "the very specific thing." You know, like how James Franco denied having sex with Lohan, but hinted through his story that he did read her Salinger. Sexy stuff like that.
What it comes down to, though, is that no one except Lohan and the men on the list will ever know the truth. And while Lohan admitted the list was real by saying it was a step of her AA program ("admitting to God, ourselves, and another human being the exact nature of our wrongs"), she didn't explicitly say it was a sex list. It could be a people she wronged list, a people she called douche-y behind their backs list, or a people with whom she had interesting experiences involving classic literature list. All of these are totally valid options.