Relationship allegedly takes a violent turn in a hotel room.
Ok, so if this story is really true, this is really bad. Perez Hilton just reported that not only did Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson argue on New Year’s Eve, but the argument turned physical. According to his blog the duo, who has been rumored to be headed for a breakup, was quibbling during their hosting duties at hotspot Mansion and the fight spilled out into an alley behind the bar, with Lindsay screaming at Samantha, “When I storm off, you are supposed to follow me!” (these statements are from standers-by and “sources”, evidently.)
The argument evidently continued at their hotel, where other hotel guests reported hearing crashing noises and shouting until the fight allegedly spilled out into the hallway at 11:00 a.m. the next morning, with the two reported to be throwing punches at each other. During the argument, Lindsay reportedly said, “Why are you doing this to me?” to which Samantha replied, “I don’t know you.” Evidently, the fight was so upsetting that airline attendants asked Lindsay if she’d like to disembark from her return flight to Los Angeles because she was so visibly shaken and upset. A spokesperson for Lindsay has been reported as saying, “"There was an argument - I don't know the details - but they left for LA together and it's fine."
OK, so rumors aside, let’s set the record straight. Violence is never ok and domestic violence is especially wrong. Never, ever, EVER is it ok to put your hands on another person. If your relationship has deteriorated to the point where you have to physically defend yourself or you feel like smacking the other person down, it is time to exit. Not only is a bad idea to put your hands on someone else, it’s against the law. Physical violence is never the answer and neither is screaming like a banshee or the destruction of property. If this news is true, this relationship needs to end.
We wish both Lindsay and Samantha the best but if this story is true, we can see no other course of action but the end of this relationship. The damage (literally) has been done. End it.