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Lindsay Lohan’s Baby Brother Rushed To Hospital With Dangerously High Fever, Dad Michael Declared ‘I Didn’t Know If He Was Going To Make It’

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Jun. 6 2014, Published 3:09 p.m. ET

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Lindsay Lohan’s “random f**king” baby brother had a terrifying health scare this week when he was rushed to the hospital with a dangerously high fever and has exclusively learned his father “didn’t know if he was going to make it.”

Landon Lohan, the son of Michael Lohan and Kate Major, is being cared for solely by his father as his mother is locked up and his dad is the one that was forced to take his sick child to the doctor in the middle of the night.

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“Landon woke up with a 105.1 fever,” concerned dad Michael told

“He was limp and lethargic. I didn’t know if he was going to make it. I was afraid it was not a virus but something worse.”

Papa Lohan told that his fever fluctuated between 103 and 105.1 and the little baby “threw up at 3 am, and I had to do laundry at 4am.”

Luckily the doctor was able to give Lindsay’s youngest sibling medicine and the fever broke.

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“He’s so much better now,” Michael revealed.

And he’s adapting to being a single father while Major spends her time behind bars.

“He’s my life now and he’s amazing. He’s all I have down here now. I thought it would be really really hard to be a single dad, but you roll with the punches.”

One thing he’s not doing with the youngest of his six children is taking him to see his mother in jail.

“You can only talk by phone and I don’t want Landon to see his mother on the phone or through bars. She’ll be out in three to four months and he’ll see her all he wants.”

Michael also told that he’s “fighting to get Kate home arrest,” and that she is a “high risk because of her of seizures. They don’t give her her medication on time, it’s not a good situation.”

He also said that Major is struggling while incarcerated because of her notoriety.

“She’s targeted. She’s already been threatened. I talk to her three to four times a day but she’s accepted that there are consequences for everything we do in life.”



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