Ali Lohan: skinny to a Fault?

Last updated 05:00 25/10/2011
Ali Lohan
THE OTHER LOHAN: Actress Lindsay has leapt to her younger sister's defence, saying every catwalk model is just as thin as 17-year-old Ali.

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Ali Lohan has made her debut on the cover of a magazine.

While her sister Lindsay is struggling with court proceedings, the younger Lohan's career is going from strength to strength.

The 17-year-old has landed her first modelling cover on the stylish Fault magazine.

This is Lohan's first major magazine shoot since signing with NEXT model management in August.

The brunette star appears on the cover of the 2011 November issue in a black and white image, with wing-eyed sunglasses hiding her eyes. Her hair is cut into a short geometric bob and a glimpse of freckly collarbone is on show.

The inside spread shows Lohan's tiny frame clad in a short, black dress and in one photograph she is wearing just a heavy-knit jumper.

The model caused controversy last month with her drastically slimmed-down figure. The teen was also accused of using Botox and lip fillers as well as skin bleaching to lighten her freckles.

Lohan didn't answer the accusations, but sister Lindsay defended her weight loss on Twitter.

"I love how haters pick on my sister yet every runway model is just as thin! My sister is gorgeous and I'm so proud of her and her career!!!! (sic)" she tweeted recently.

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