Lindsay Lohan about the victims of harassment and the MeToo movement: “These are weak women”

Lindsay Lohan about the victims of harassment and the MeToo movement: "These are weak women"
Lindsay Lohan about the victims of harassment and the MeToo movement: “These are weak women”
32-year-old Lindsay Lohan frankly told reporters what she thinks about the movement #MeToo, which appeared after numerous stories about harassment in Hollywood. The actress told what she had to face on the set, in an interview for the British newspaper The Times.

Earlier, the girl was one of the few Hollywood stars who stood up for Harvey Weinstein’s defense. In the incident, she blamed not the producer himself, but his wife Georgina, who, according to Lohan, was not with her husband at the right time and did not support him.

I can not talk about something that I did not live by myself. Is not it? I very much support women. We all go in our own way through personal experience. When it comes to people who have experienced the alleged harassment or persecution. If this happens, then you should immediately discuss this,

“Lohan said.

The star of the film “Mean Girls” also confirmed that she does not like the idea of ​​”attention seekers” who try to attract the audience to them in any accessible ways.

You turn it into a real deal when you draft a statement to the police. I hate myself for these words, but I think that women who oppose such things look weak, while in reality they are very strong,
– the actress shared her revelation.

Currently, Lohan spent more time not on the acting career, but on the hotel business. She moved to the Greek island of Mykonos, where she opened Lohan Beach House, the room in which costs a thousand euros a day. By the way, on the beach near the hotel, the girl had a fight in July 2016 with the now-former bridegroom, a Russian businessman Yegor Tarabasov.

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