We don't know if this is legit, but LINDSAY LOHAN supposedly made a list of 36 famous guys she's nailed, to impress some friends last year. And "In Touch Weekly" just posted it.
Some of the names were blurred out for supposed "legal reasons", but it's still an impressive list. It includes: Justin Timberlake,Adam Levine,James Franco, Zac Efron, Joaquin Phoenix, Colin Farrell,andHeath Ledger . . .
Evan Peters from "American Horror Story", Max George from The Wanted, Coldplay bassist Guy Berryman, Wilmer Valderrama, Lukas Haas, Garrett Hedlund from "Tron: Legacy" . . .
Jamie Dornan from the upcoming "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie, and actor Nico Tortorella from "The Following".
This list was reportedly handwritten by Lindsay herself, while she was hanging out with some friends at the Beverly Hills Hotel last January. A source says, quote, "She was trying to impress her friends with the list and then tossed it aside."
Supposedly, not all these guys were single when they RODE THE GINGER PONY . . . so this list could cause problems in a few Hollywood relationships. There's no word how "In Touch" got its hands on it.
A couple quick notes: Evan Peters is engaged to Emma Roberts, his co-star on "American Horror Story: Coven". And Emma's character on the show was a volatile young substance-abusing actress . . . OBVIOUSLY based on Lindsay.
And Nico Tortorella was also in "Scream 4", starring . . . Emma Roberts.
Also, in "This Is the End", James Franco . . . playing himself . . . "admits" he nailed Lindsay. He says, quote, " I [effed] Lindsay Lohan at the Chateau Marmont. She kept knocking on my door, she was high.
"She kept calling me Jake Gyllenhaal. I said just call me your prince of Persia." Maybe that part of the movie WASN'T fictional.
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