Lindsay Lohan’s stepmom accused of trying to commandeer bus
Authorities say the stepmother of actress Lindsay Lohan tried to commandeer an occupied bus and attacked its driver on Christmas Day.
ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Authorities say the stepmother of actress Lindsay Lohan tried to commandeer an occupied bus and attacked its driver on Christmas Day.
Pennsylvania State Police said Wednesday they arrested 36-year-old Kate Major Lohan of Boca Raton, Fla., and charged her with driving under the influence, disorderly conduct, harassment, and public drunkenness.
She made bail and was released Wednesday.
Major Lohan didn't have a home phone listing, and a defense lawyer wasn't listed on court documents.
State police say in court records that the outburst started when Major Lohan attempted to get off at the Hellertown stop but missed it and for the next 15 minutes berated the driver and demanded that the bus stop, according to court records.
Court records allege she began assaulting the bus driver, pushing buttons, and asking about the brakes before a passenger ejected her from the driver’s seat.
Major Lohan told state troopers the bus driver attacked her, but the driver gave a different story that was backed up by several witnesses and passengers on the bus, the records say.
She told police that she’d had a few glasses of wine earlier in the day, the records say.
Major Lohan, who attended high school in Allentown, is married to Michael Lohan, the father of Lindsay Lohan.
This article contains information from the Allentown Morning Call.