Dina Lohan, Lindsay Lohan

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Surprise! Dina Lohan's done it again. 

And just after Lindsay donated 50K to a children's charity in honor of her hot mess of a mom, Dina is rumored to have graciously repaid her daughter by doing what else: selling Lindsay out!  TMZ reports Dina has decided to take a hint from Nancy Dow—ya know, Jennifer Aniston's one-time estranged mama who penned From Mother to Daughter to Friends, causing a mega-rift between the twosome—and write a tell-all about her daughter!  

But hold on, not only does a rep for Lindsay say this is "factually incorrect," another Lohan insider has this to spill:

A source close to Dina confirms "yes, there is a book...It will not disparage Lindsay in any way."

So if Dina's not trashing her daughter in the tell-all, what exactly does she plan to say? After all, Dina never misses an opportunity to cash in on her daughters, and it's going to be tough to paint a positive picture of LiLo. 

And here's the best part: The source also insists the book is "going to be a blockbuster." Genius! Just have your mother write your screenplay when the acting gigs stop comin' in. 

So what exactly is the book rumored to entail? TMZ says it's all about Lindsay's darkest secrets, of course, from booze, to drugs, to her dangerous Hollywood lifestyle.

Here's a supposed sample from the riveting  tome-to-be:

"I blamed her friends, her career and her handlers for an (sic) newfound lifestyle of partying excessively. Drinking, drugging and behaving irresponsibly became Lindsay's way of daily living—and it tore me up inside."

Sure, that sounds like a mother so torn up about her daughter that she's busy penning her problems while LiLo's at the morgue.

We almost feel bad for Lindsay—girl really does have two crazies for parents. She'd be better off finding new friends and a new family to surround herself with. 

But to be completely honest, can't say we're completely against this book. Maybe then we'd finally find out what happened to Ali's face?

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