LINDSAY LOHAN Punched In The Face After Accusing A Family Of Child Trafficking In Russia
Lindsay Lohan is facing major backlash after seemingly harassing and accusing a homeless family of child trafficking during a live video on Instagram.
In it, the 32-year-old, while visiting Russia, tried to offer a hotel room for what she believed was a Syrian refugee family. "Hey everyone, I just want to show you a family that I met, a Syrian refugee family that I’m really worried about. They really need help," she can be heard saying in the video.
“You want to come with me? Come with me, I’ll take care of you guys,” she continued, then asked the two children, “Do you want to stay in a hotel tonight? Do you want to watch movies? It would be so cool to watch a movie on a TV or a computer.”
When the parents refused her offer, the Mean Girls star started saying, "You should not have [your sons] on the floor, you should be a hard-working woman and you should be doing what you [can] for your children, so they have a better life. If someone is offering them a home and a bed, which is me at the moment, give it to them. They will come back to you,” Lohan further added. “I won’t leave until I take you. Now I know who you are.
“Don’t f*** with me.”
wtf is lindsay lohan doing???????? pic.twitter.com/tDLxMwCwUO— sierra laboca (@e_ame) September 29, 2018
Lindsay then followed the family when they tried to get away from her. “Look what’s happening, they’re trafficking children. You’re ruining Arabic culture by doing this. I’m with you boys, don’t worry, the whole world is seeing this right now," she said. Towards the end of the clip, the mother punched her in the face after she tried to grab one of the boys. "I'm just so scared," she said before ending the vid.
As this Twitter user puts it, Lindsay Lohan has lost it.
Lindsay Lohan has lost it... wtf??? pic.twitter.com/c9HSmOZNRw— Say My Name (@Redeezus) September 29, 2018
However, sources close to Lindsay says that the actress believes she "did the right thing and is not doubting that those children were in serious danger," The Blast reports.