Lindsay Lohan is a liar

Last week, Lindsay Lohan Tweeted that she had already saved 40 children during her trip to India to film a documentary about child trafficking with the BBC. But activists are denying these reports saying neither Lindsay nor the BBC were present at the time of the New Delhi rescue. Per the NYDN,

“She was not even in the country when this raid happened,” Bhuwan told the Telegraph.

The children were reportedly freed Tuesday from a central New Delhi workshop and taken to the Ashram rehabilitation centre before being united with their families. Bhuwan says the operation took place hours before Lohan landed in India and a day before the actress and a BBC Three film crew visited the rehab centre.

“We’ll be complaining to the BBC and talking to our lawyers,” Bhuwan said in the paper. “Would Lohan know where these workshops are?”

Bhuwan accused the “Mean Girls” star of trivializing a child rescue operation that the local police and magistrates reportedly took two months to plan.

The BBC says Lindsay’s Twitter was just misunderstood and that “she was merely referring to a raid that happened connected to child trafficking –  the subject of the program.” If you’ll remember, “Lindsay wrote this: “Over 40 children saved so far…… Within one day’s work…… This is what life is about.” Oh, I wonder how that could be confusing. This was obviously the fault of people with poor reading comprehension. In related news, it looks like Lindsay’s Operation Make S**t Up isn’t going as planned.

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