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Miyerkules, Pebrero 22, 2017


Lindsay Lohan Claims She Was 'Racially Profiled' At Airport For Wearing Headscarf

American actress Lindsay Lohan asserted she was "racially profiled" at London Heathrow Airport as of late while experiencing a security checkpoint wearing a headscarf. In an appearance on Good Morning Britain on Tuesday, Lohan told has Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid that she was ceased in a Heathrow security line while heading out from Turkey to the United States. ""When I was flying to New York recently, I was wearing headscarf and I got stopped at the airport and racially profiled for the first time in my life, who is white, said on the show. "She opened my travel permit and saw 'Lindsay Lohan' and began promptly apologizing, yet then stated, Please, but take off your headscarf.' " 
A video clasp of Lohan's appearance transferred by Good Morning Britain seemed to have altered out the specify of her being "racially profiled." 

Notwithstanding, the Sun, a British newspaper, distributed a video clasp that demonstrated Lohan saying she was racially profiled, and numerous different outlets, including the Associated Press, revealed the quote. The show itself tweeted the quote too. 

Lohan, the star of Freaky Friday and Mean Girls, told Morgan and Reid that she agreed to the demand to expel her headscarf yet that the experience was "jarring." 

"And I did. I mean, it's okay," Lohan said. "But what scared me was, is that moment, how would another woman who doesn't feel comfortable taking off her headscarf feel? That was really interesting to me. I mean, I was kind of in shock." 

Lohan said she was wearing a headscarf out of "respect" since she was coming back from Turkey, where she had met President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. 

"That's just a personal respect issue for me," she said.

Lohan as of late has been standing up for the benefit of Syrian displaced people. In January, she made a trip to Turkey and met Erdogan and additionally Bana Alabed, the 7-year-old Syrian young lady who turned out to be outstanding for her tweets from her home in war-assaulted Aleppo. 

Bana tweeted a month ago that she had "a new friend" and shared a Periscope video that she and Lohan had recorded together. 

"We want to send to all of the people in Syria and Aleppo suffering and all of the refugees that we are here supporting you and you can hang on, be strong, just like Bana has, and we're sending you lots of love and light and blessings," Lohan said in the video with Bana. 

The previous youngster performer, whose beset individual life has been spread crosswise over sensationalist newspapers around the world, has apparently been "exploring" Islam as of late and has been shot various circumstances wearing a headscarf or conveying a Koran. 

On Good Morning Britain on Tuesday, Lohan said that learning in regards to various societies and convictions is something that "feeds my soul." After rehashed inquiries from Morgan, she said she peruses an English interpretation of the Muslim blessed book routinely yet declined to state whether she was changing over to Islam. 

"I think that me studying the Koran is something that I've found a solace in," Lohan said. "I just study it. Nothing is confirmed yet."

Morgan asked her for what valid reason she was "hesitant" to state whichever way whether she was "all the while" of changing over. 

"It's a consideration I have," Lohan said. " . . . I don't want to speak on something that I haven't finished yet."

Lohan included that she was keen on learning Arabic so she could work with youngsters in Syria and be "in agreement" with regards to issues in the area. 

On Good Morning Britain, Morgan - a staunch protector of President Trump - solicited Lohan what she thought from the new U.S. organization. 

After some inciting, Lohan said she concurred with Morgan that the "delirium" over Trump's decision was "exaggerated," however she thought that the president ought to quit utilizing Twitter. 

"It's such a double-edged sword, this situation," Lohan told Morgan. "I don't agree with his policies and the things that he's doing, but at the end of the day, he is the president right now. So what's the point in picking on someone instead of letting - just see what they're capable of?"

Lohan included, of how individuals ought to back off censuring Trump: "Don't kick someone when they're down."

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