Let us know how you really feel, Lindsay.
During a recent (allegedly fabricated) interview with Kode magazine, Lindsay Lohan divulged her shocking thoughts about actress Jennifer Lawrence. “She's so fake,” Lohan, 27, said, when prompted to discuss the “Hunger Games” star's red carpet fall at the 2014 Academy Awards in March.
Lohan, recently most famous for her short-lived docuseries “Lindsay” on Oprah’s OWN network, went on to insinuate that the 23-year-old Oscar-winner uses her sexuality to secure her critically acclaimed roles. “I’m sorry, I’m not going to f**k for roles,” Lohan said.
Following the interview’s release, a rep for Lohan denied the validity of the accusations. “Lindsay never spoke to any journalist at Kode. The interview was completed via email,” Lohan’s rep told E! News, adding that claims that Lohan reportedly sipped vodka and admitted to dating a married man during the sitdown are false. “We have no comprehension on why a journalist would fabricate this content and distribute it in such an irresponsible way,” said the rep.
Despite Lohan’s denial, Kode magazine’s editor-in-chef, Allan Troy Watson, is sticking by the story. “I have sworn testimonies that it took place that back up everything,” Watson said. Kode’s executive editor, Jacob Simon, concurred: “The interview took place and everything stated in the article is fact and came directly from Lohan herself. And we have photos chronicling the writer and Lindsay’s numerous times together.”
This isn’t the first time Lohan has gone on the attack against Lawrence. Following the actress’s 2013 Golden Globes win for her role in “Silver Linings Playbook,“ Lohan slammed her for her now infamous acceptance speech in which she jokingly made a “The First Wives Club” movie reference after beating fellow contender Meryl Streep. “Words cannot express how much I LOVE Kristen Wigg. And no1 should ever mess with a legend, such as Meryl Streep,” Lohan tweeted.
While Lohan is getting flack for bashing Lawrence, she isn’t the first to question the young actress's girl-next-door persona. In an interview with Access Hollywood in March, 2014 Oscar winner Jared Leto commented on her consecutive, infamous Academy Award show tumbles. “You know, I’m starting to wonder if this is a bit of the act,” Leto said.