Senior Radar Reporter
Liv Tyler’s mother, rock legend Bebe Buell, has slammed the most famous mom-ager in the world -- Dina Lohan -- saying that she needs to start being a mother to her troubled daughter Lindsay.
Bebe had some harsh words for the Lohan matriarch in an new interview with Steppin’ Out magazine.
“What her mother has done with Lindsay is morally wrong and disgusting. She should back off. Lindsay is the one with the talent. She's the star,” Bebe told Chaunce Hayden.
“Dina Lohan's relationship with her daughter Lindsay disturbs me,” Liv’s mom said.
“I don't see a mother and a daughter there. If my beautiful daughter was like that... I mean Lindsay and Liv were practically born on the same day. So I look at Lindsay and I see my own child in her because there's a great talent there.
“But if my baby girl got that screwed up I would NOT allow to make her own decisions. I'm sorry! Anybody can think what they want. But I would abduct my child and I would make sure that I didn't leave her side until she didn't have those problems anymore.
“But she also has to be responsible for her own actions. Her mother needs to start being a mother and not yes her to death.
Bebe says she has a solution for Lindsay’s flailing career.
“If Lindsay spent a year with me I could turn her around. I could have her winning her first Oscar in two years!”
She also said that Lindsay needs to work on her appearance and put some weight on!
“The first thing I would do is put 10 pounds on her. She needs a more kittenish quality. She's looking too thin right now. That's not a good look. And she also needs to go back to being a natural red head. The blonde hair doesn't work. It ages her. She just needs the right people around her. She's got it all man. She's just around people who don't get it.”
Bebe’s final words of advice to Lindsay seem to be what the judges have tried to tell her recently too.
“She needs to stop going out and not being seen for a while. The mother going with her to events and witnessing her throwing drinks and stuff like that infuriates me! It makes me angry! It's about a lack of education and connection on the mother's part. I don't mean school when I say education. I'm talking about the education of the soul. Some people just aren't elevated. They're not there yet. She's driven by money, not spirituality. I gave up the desire for money to be there for my daughter. I feel that's what Dina should be doing. Be there for Lindsay, like I'm there for Liv.”