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Offline Frank Cannon

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After missing her bus stop in Hellertown on Christmas Day, an intoxicated Kate Major Lohan, the stepmother of actress Lindsay Lohan, became angry at her Bieber bus driver and for the next 15 minutes berated her and demanded she stop the bus, according to court records filed Wednesday.

When the bus reached its next stop at the Bieber Bus Terminal in Lower Macungie Township around 5 p.m., Major Lohan got off and lunged at the driver, grabbing her by the coat and refusing to let go, court records say.
Kate Major Lohan charged: What police say started drunken bus fight

The driver managed to push Major Lohan off her, but she got back into the bus, court records say.

This time, Major Lohan — famous for dating reality TV star Jon Gosselin and then marrying Lindsay Lohan’s father — got behind the wheel, pushing buttons and asking where the brake was in an attempt to get the idling bus moving, police said passengers told them.

A passenger on the bus was able to physically remove Major Lohan from the driver’s seat and state police arrested her at the Bieber bus terminal, 4440 Hamilton Blvd.

It was the latest in a history of alcohol-fueled arrests for Major Lohan.

She was charged Tuesday with two counts of drunken driving, one for getting behind the wheel of a commercial vehicle. She is also charged with two counts of disorderly conduct and one count each of harassment and public drunkenness.

Major Lohan, 36, of Boca Raton, Fla., was arraigned at 7:20 a.m. Wednesday after spending Christmas night in Lehigh County Jail’s Central Booking Center. District Judge David M. Howells Jr. set her bail at $2,500, which she promptly paid and was released.

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So this isn't about Justin Bieber at all, is it? Color me confused.  22222frying pan
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