Lindsay Lohan Says Women Who Speak Out About #MeToo 'Look Weak'

Lewis Collier
August 9, 2018

Lindsay Lohan isn't letting the backlash from her recent comments on the #MeToo movement keep her from doing her thing in Greece.

The Mean Girls actress went on to say that she believes some of the women who have come forward with stories of sexual assault are seeking attention.

She did note, however, "I can't speak on something I don't live, right?" Look, I am very supportive of women. "Everyone goes through their own experiences in their own ways", she said.

Addressing the #MeToo movement in Hollywood, Lindsay slammed those who did not report their experiences to the police, and make it into a "real thing".

Lindsay Lohan criticized some women for speaking out about their experiences with sexual misconduct, saying they "look weak".

Lohan also said some women who claimed to have been sexually harassed did so "for the attention", taking away legitimacy from actual cases of harassment.

The reality show will focus on Lindsay running her beach club in Mykonos, and will be the star's first series since her eight-episode run of Lindsay on Oprah's OWN network in 2014.

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Filming herself in her Dubai bathroom, Lindsay said: 'I feel very bad for Harvey Weinstein right now, I don't think it's right what's going on'. "I don't think it's right, what's going on", stated the actor.

The show is thought to follow her antics as the owner, and aims to be "a cooler, hipper, edgier Vanderpump Rules" with a "European flavour", according to Page Six.

MailOnline has contacted Lindsay's representatives for further comment.

The actress defended Harvey Weinstein when allegations of sexual assault first emerged against the disgraced movie mogul.

'We've done several movies together, and so I think everyone needs to stop, I think it's wrong.

"He's never harmed me or did anything to me".

"There was this moment where it was like, "I don't really need to be anxious about a guy hurting me, I don't need to live in fear, '" she said of an epiphany she had while reading Tina Seskis" The Honeymoon, which she later bought the rights to.

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