Lohan wild again

Is Lindsay Lohan back on the sauce? We had high hopes her last stint in rehab would hold, especially since it seemed like her final chance to revive her reputation and career.

So we can’t understand why she was partying until dawn at a New York karaoke bar, surrounded by drunken friends. The New York Daily News says she technically wasn’t drinking, but allegedly became “insanely belligerent” when she was asked to leave at 6 a.m., then allegedly trashed the private party room.

LiLo, please explain to us why TMZ has a photo of you in Los Angeles, reaching for a half-full bottle of wine? And where has your sobriety coach been? And why are you hanging out with the same losers you used to get wasted with? And what’s the inverse function of y=9x? (Just keeping you on your toes, girl).

To quote Tyra Banks on the fourth cycle of “America’s Next Top Model”: “I was rooting for you! We were all rooting for you! How dare you!”

Third Eye bully In the apocryphal world of rock ’n’ roll gossip, San Francisco homeboys Third Eye Blind hold a special place under: “Yeah, they’re supposedly total jerks.” Myriad stories about lead singer Stephan Jenkins’ colossal ego abound, and one year he even made a New Year’s resolution onstage to be less of an “a**hole.” Now, court documents may prove the band is gnarly to work with, because it has been ordered to pay almost $448,000 to former guitarist Anthony Fredianelli. The case is complicated, but basically boiled down to unpaid touring profits. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Fredianelli said Jenkins “made an analogy as if he would be the United States and we would be smaller countries — and if he wanted to ask for advice, he would ask.” Hail to the chief. Got scoops or Bay Area celebrity gossip? Email scoop@sfexaminer.comFeaturesGossip

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