Lindsay Lohan Harrasses Refugee Family on IG

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The disturbing video was filmed by Lohan herself and live-streamed on her Instagram account Friday night.

According to TMZ, when she tried to physically take one of the kids, she got punched. They're a Syrian refugee family that I'm really anxious about.

As the family walks off, Lohan begins accusing the two adults of trafficking and smuggling children, refusing to leave until she takes their children. Speaking to the kid Lohan said, "Do you wanna stay in the hotel tonight?" Honestly you just need to watch it for yourself, which you can below. "It would be so cool to watch a movie on a TV or a computer", she told the boy.

There were also plenty of users condemning her actions.

But when the woman refused to let the boys in the vehicle, she started walking away with the children. Right off the bat, she comes across as condescending, trying to show off how kind she is the world via social media and exploiting a homeless family. Either way, the video closes with Lindsay shedding a tear and saying she only wanted to save the boys. Now I know who you are.

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"You should not have them on the floor, you should be a hard-working woman and you should be doing what you can for your children, so they have a better life". If you have yet to see the wild video, allow me to summarize. While, at first, Lohan thought the family was coming with her, she soon realised that they are moving away from her.

The family continues to attempt to evade Lohan, who appears to speak in both English and Arabic to the family, as she continues to pursue them.

After the shocking punch, the video ends with a crying Lohan gasping, "I'm like in shock right now, I'm just like so scared". Lindsay could be heard saying some Arabic phrases to the family.

After watching the unusual spectacle unfold, Twitter users attempted to make sense of what they had just seen, with the general consensus being that Lohan had gone completely off the rails. This is a totally justifiable reaction to a stranger trying to steal your kid, even if that stranger did become a pop culture icon with her above-average performance in Mean Girls.

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