Actress Lindsay Lohan apologizes for her earlier comments on the #Metoo movement, in which she suggests that women are "weak" with stories of harassment and assault.
As previously reported, Lohan spoke with the Times UK, implying that the women who sign up are only paying attention and asking why they have been waiting for the movement to gain momentum before it moves forward.
"I really hate to say that, but I think women who speak against all these things make them weak when they are very strong women," said the actress. "They have these girls who come out, who do not even know who they are, who does it for the attention, that eludes the fact that it happened."
The actress made these statements on Sunday in a statement back to people.
"I apologize without reservation for any injury or plight that started with a quote in A recent interview with The Times," Lohan, 32. "The quote refers solely to my hope that a handful of false testimonies from a tsunami of heroic voices will not dilute the significance of the #Metoo movement, and all of us who are committed to diluting it Statements about how mine are perceived as hurtful, which was never my intention, I'm sorry for any pain I caused. "
She continued," I feel very strongly about the #Metoo movement and have the the greatest respect and admiration for the women brave enough to speak about their experiences, their testimony has served to protect those who can not speak and those who struggle to gain their voice
The star, who has been out of the public for many years, will be coming back in style of an upcoming MTV reality show "Lohan Beach Club".