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During a recent interview with the Times, while promoting her upcoming Greece-set reality show, Lindsay Lohan made her thoughts known on the #MeToo movement. Regardless of Lindsay saying she “didn’t really have anything to say,” and that she didn’t think she could speak on something she hadn’t experienced, Lindsay did just that.
“I’m going to really hate myself for saying this,” Lindsay told interview, Simon Mills. She says, “but I think by women speaking against all these things, it makes them look weak when they are very strong women.” Lindsay also clarifies although she has worked in the entertainment industry, she hasn’t had the same experiences as other women, after adding that she cannot condone “attention seekers.”
Lindsay made comments in support of Harvey Weinstein in the wake of his sexual assault scandal. In a since-deleted Instagram story post, Lindsay that she “felt bad” about what was going on and called on Weinstein’s then-wife to “stand and be there” for her husband.
Source: Vanity Fair
Written By: Fantasia. H