In truly wild news, Lindsay Lohan just claimed that her late dog Gucci lived to be a whopping 27 years old.

The 33-year-old discussed her beloved pooch in an Instagram live over the weekend after a fan asked if she had any pets.

“I do not have a dog. My dog actually passed away a few months ago. She was my baby. I had two. I had Chloe and Gucci. I named my dogs after… I had my first dog when I got my first pair of Gucci boots and she ate them and I named her Gucci. And she lived until 27 years old. She was a strong, little, mini Maltese and yeah, that happened. God bless her. God rest her soul. She’s watching me, my puppy angel.”

It appears Lindsay, who was almost 27 herself at the time of Gucci’s death on April 2, 2013, could’ve been a little confused.

While Lindsay is convinced Gucci lived to be 27, a tweet from her mum Dina Lohan back 2013 clearly asserts that the dog was 15 at the time.

But to make it even more confusing, a source told E! News back in 2013 that the family dog was a whopping 19-years-old. Honestly, I don’t blame Lindsay for being confused by this.

Although we all wish our dogs could live to be 27, the chance of this happening is extremely slim. So unfortunately, I’m going to have to call bullshit on Lindsay’s bizarre claim.

Maltese dogs, like Lindsay’s beloved Gucci, live to be between 12 and 15 years old. Some live to be up to 18-years-old, but not 27.

Only seven dogs in recorded history have ever lived to be 27-years-old, according to the Guinness World Records. Unfortunately, Gucci Lohan is not on the list.

Rest in Peace Gucci Lohan. 3