Lindsay Lohan went out to film her new reality series in Mykonos on Tuesday, after claiming that victims of the #MeToo movement who did not report their experiences to the police are "weak."
The actress, 32, turned her head in a swimsuit and glamorous cover-up when she arrived at her new complex, Lohan Beach House, to shoot her new MTV series of the same name.
Lindsay's presentation comes after he criticized the sexual assault accusers of The Times, and claimed that many of them are simply asking for "attention."
Here she is: Lindsay Lohan went out to film her new reality series in Mykonos on Tuesday, after claiming the victims of the #MeToo movement who did not report that the crimes are "weak" & # 39;
Addressing the #MeToo movement in Hollywood, Lindsay harshly criticized those who did not report their experiences to the police and turned it into a & # 39; reality. & # 39;
She said: I will really hate myself for saying this, but I think women who speak against all these things, make them look weak when they are very strong women.
& # 39; You have these girls coming out, they do not even know who they are, they do it for attention. That is taking away the fact that it happened. "
However, he added: "I can not talk about something that I do not live, right? Look, I'm a great support for women."
The Freaky Friday star looked elegant in a set, where her dazzling swimsuits were covered by a transparent veil, embroidered with flowers everywhere.
Maintaining the glamorous sensation from head to toe, the redhead combined her look with cream leather sandals and an elegant Moschino belt, securely fastened at her waist.
She tied her gaze with oversized sunglasses, and brushed her hair back from her face with two small braids, in a bohemian touch.
Lindsay seemed in a good mood when she arrived at her new beach club on the island, to film her reality series.
It is believed that the program continues its antics as owner, and aims to be "a cooler, more modern, more daring Vanderpump Rules" with a "European flavor", according to Page Six.
The show marks the first foray of the star Freaky Friday on reality television, while his mother Dina and his sister Ali starred in their own E! Living Lohan series in 2006.
First Lady: Lindsay looked in good spirits when she arrived to film her new series, which will continue her antics as owner of the beach club, looking to expand her business empire.
Lindsay launched beach resorts in both Mykonos and Rhodes in May, two years after opening Lohan Nightclub in Athens.
The exclusive club by the sea serves as a party place day and night, as well as a restaurant serving fresh seafood and Greek salads.
Oh dear: However, the actress's departure comes after she caused controversy by criticizing victims of sexual harassment who did not report their experiences of harassment to the police
"I'm going to hate myself for saying this": she said that not reporting the cases makes strong women seem "weak" and that they are doing it for "attention"
The comments are not the first time Lindsay has caused a stir with regard to sexual assault, as she defended Harvey Weinstein in a passionate Instagram complaint in October.
The producer, 66, was accused of harassment and sexual assault by more than 80 actresses at the end of 2017, which caused the #MeToo support movement.
Sharing his video days after the first accusations, Lindsay said in his video: "I feel really bad for Harvey Weinstein right now, I do not think it's okay what's happening."
Drama: It is not the first time that Lindsay has caused a stir on the subject, after having defended Harvey Weinstein in a passionate complaint of Instagram in October.
He continued to urge his 10-year-old wife, Georgina Chapman, who left him the following week, to speak in his defense.
"I think Georgina needs to take a position and be there for her husband," she continued. & # 39; And he has never hurt me or done anything wrong with me.
"We've made several films together, and I think everyone should stop." I think it's wrong. So get up.
Weinstein is currently facing imprisonment, after being arrested and charged with three rape cases in New York in May.
On bail: Weinstein currently faces a prison, after being arrested for three rape cases, months after more than 80 actresses accused him of sexual harassment (up in September 2017)