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Lindsay Lohan Denies Jax Taylor Hookup and Kim Kardashian Feud

Find out what happens when the MTV reality star answers Andy Cohen's burning questions
By Zach Johnson Jan 10, 2019 2:15 PMTags
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By now, Lindsay Lohan has no reason to lie.

The MTV reality star appeared on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen Wednesday, where she agreed to play a game of Plead the Fifth. The first question came from reality star Lisa Vanderpump, who asked, "Jax Taylor revealed on Watch What Happens Live that he once hooked up with you. How would you describe Jax, as a lover, in three words?"

Laughing, Lohan said, "Lisa, I love you­, but I've never even met him. I've never met him! Really!" Referencing some of her movie characters, she added, "Maybe he met Annie or Hallie or Cady."

"You're calling Jax Taylor a liar?" Andy Cohen teased. "You wouldn't be the first..."

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(In 2015, Taylor alleged, "She was great. It was a long time ago...She was just very affectionate." They were seated next to each other at a party two years later but did not interact. "I did not recognize her at all," he told Bravo's The Daily Dish blog. "She looks great. Just a lot different." Taylor addressed her denial Thursday, sharing a screenshot of text messages with one of his friends. "Not that I care, it was over 10 years ago and I am happily engaged...but she's a liar," Taylor, who is engaged to Brittany Cartwright, tweeted. "My two friends who have nothing to gain, were with me the whole night. That's all I will say on this. So you are lying darlin.")

For the second question, Cohen asked if things between Lohan and Kim Kardashian have improved since last year's their Instagram drama. "I love Kim. I just was confused about the braids," the actress said with a laugh. "I don't know. We're friends. Yeah. With all the family."

Lastly, Cohen asked Lohan to name her biggest career regret.

"Drinking and driving," she said matter-of-factly.

"That's a great answer," Cohen said.

"Well, it's truthful," Lohan admitted. "Is that bad?"

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