Lindsay Lohan says women who share MeToo stories 'look weak'

Lindsay Lohan Faces Backlash After Saying Me Too Movement 'Makes Women Look Weak'

Lindsay Lohan feels #MeToo movement makes women who speak against abuse look weak

Lindsay Lohan was asked about the #MeToo movement, and her comments are sparking controversy.

Maintaining the glamorous feel from head to toe, the redhead teamed her look with cream leather sandals and a sleek Moschino belt, secured tightly at her waist.

The Mean Girls star then addressed having a physical fight with her then-fiance Egor Tarabasov on a beach in Mykonos. But it doesn't look like the actress is too anxious about her comments. Look, I am very supportive of women.

Despite claiming she didn't really "have much to say on the matter" as she has not experienced abuse first hand, she went on to claim that women should speak out at the time of any incident, rather than talk about it retrospectively.

Lohan's controversial interview with The Times comes just days after MTV shared a first look at her upcoming reality series set in Greece, tentaviely called Lohan Beach Club.

'You have these girls who come out, who don't even know who they are, who do it for the attention.

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"You make it a real thing by making it a police report", she said.

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 show will premiere in 2019 and follow The Parent Trap actress and the staff at her club in Mykonos. "I don't think it's right, what's going on", stated the actor.

MailOnline has contacted Lindsay's representatives for further comment.

Last year, the actor had defended disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein after he initially faced a slew of sexual assault allegations. 'And he's never harmed me or did anything wrong 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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