OH SO LOHAN! Lyndsey Lohan's Dad's Sex Buddy Busted In Boca

Kate Major

Kate Major, courtesy Boca Raton Police.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Kate Major, the woman impregnated by Lyndsay Lohan’s dad — later giving birth to their son — spent the night in the Palm Beach County Jail after she was allegedly very bad in Boca.

While we don’t tend to identify victims, gossip websites went ahead and revealed that Major allegedly beat the (use your own four letter word) out of Lohan’s dad — Michael — in a Boca Raton area home. She then fled, only to be stopped by police who charged Major with battery and DUI. Police say Major was more than three times the legal limit.

We have the extremely dramatic 9-1-1 call where Michael Lohan implores a Boca Raton dispatcher to rush officers to the scene — saying that Major is drunk, driving and heading to an area ABC Liquor Store.

Listen to the 9-1-1 call here. We also have TWO police reports for you, our faithful readers Listen, read, and enjoy a bit of b-list celebrity gossip — where the “b” stands for BOCA.

911 CALL. (Note, the call was edited by our police sources).

Battery Arrest Report.

DUI Arrest Report.

 

 

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