Teen queen Lindsay Lohan (search) says her hard-living, lawbreaking dad has absolutely no right to claim a share of her earnings, because "he didn't do anything for my career."
The sexy starlet, enraged at her daddy dearest for suing her manager-mom for a portion of their daughter's megabuck earnings, issues the rare blast at her father in a candid interview for W magazine (search).
In it, "L.Lo" says all Michael Lohan, 44, ever did for her was "go out and not come home at night and make my mom and me stay up and wonder where he was and then show up three days later. So I don't think he deserves anything."
"He doesn't even deserve my respect," she tells W for its April issue, which will hit stands Friday.
Her furious response to her flaky father's lawsuit -- which seeks half of estranged wife Dina's 15 percent share of Lindsay's annual income -- doesn't end there. She says that when she heard that her contentious ex-con dad had announced he "was suing me for alimony ... I'm like, 'I was never married to you! So what is it for -- abandonment?'"
The party-girl pop princess, who's earning $7.5 million for the romantic comedy "Lucky," now being filmed in New Orleans, does offer a backhanded thanks to her father for inadvertently discouraging her from trying cocaine.
"I'm not going to deny the fact that I've tried pot. I hated it. But I've never tried cocaine. I've seen my father, I've seen how it messes with families, and, you know, it f---s your life up," says the Long Island-raised 18-year-old.
"If I hadn't experienced that, I may have gone a different route. I don't know. But I've seen how it literally tore my parents apart."
She adds that when she was hospitalized for exhaustion last year and her father said it was because she was doing drugs, "that really sucks."
She was surprisingly positive about her father's plans for a reality TV show -- "Living With the Lohans: Over or Starting Over" -- based on their family's soap-opera existence.
"As sick as it sounds, a reality show might help, actually," she says. "At least then people could get to the truth."
On the subject of truth and reality, W pressed the top-heavy teen about reports that her breasts have been surgically enhanced. Her reply? "They're totally real." And, she adds, "I love 'em."
"I will admit that when I first started to develop boobs, my friends were like, 'Oh, my God, what happened?' and, 'Are your boobs real?' Even me. I was in shock."
But -- sorry, fellas -- the rocking redhead vowed she won't bare them for the camera.