Lindsay Lohan gets punched in the face after accusing Syrian refugee parents of child trafficking

In the video clip, Lindsay Lohan can be seen getting out of her car and approaching the family, which consisted of two small boys and their parents


                            Lindsay Lohan gets punched in the face after accusing Syrian refugee parents of child trafficking

In what can be called an insanely bizarre video, actress Lindsay Lohan was spotted getting punched in the face while she was accusing certain parents of trafficking children. The actress, who was in Moscow, was seen getting smacked by a set of parents after accusing them of the serious crime in a video clip obtained by TMZ.

In the video clip, Lindsay can be seen getting out of her car and approaching the family, which consisted of two small boys and their parents. The woman told Lindsay in the video that they were Syrian refugees who need help.



 

However, the plot of the story quickly changed after that, with Lindsay accusing the parents of trafficking their own kids while speaking in both English and Arabic. At one point in the video, she said, "You're ruining Arabic culture." 

The video next shows the 'Parent Trap' actress tailing the family for a bit and trying to take the children, at which point the mother of the boys gets really annoyed with Lindsay's tactics and swings a powerful punch at the actress' face. The video ends with a crying Lindsay saying all she was doing was trying to save the boys. 

Lindsay Lohan attends DailyMail.com & DailyMailTV Holiday Party with Flo Rida on December 6, 2017, at The Magic Hour in New York City. (Getty Images)
Lindsay Lohan attends DailyMail.com & DailyMailTV Holiday Party with Flo Rida on December 6, 2017, at The Magic Hour in New York City. (Getty Images)

Previously, it was reported that 'Life-Size' movie's upcoming reboot is not going to feature the original cast member - Lindsay Lohan. But in a recent interview, fellow star Tyra Banks shared that "[Lindsay] will be in ['Life-Size 2'] in some kind of way," and ever since fans haven't stopped buzzing about the new piece of info.

"I actually think we are going to surpass expectations because [for] me as a producer and actor in it, it surpassed my own expectations," Tyra recently shared. The movie's reboot will see Tyra returning to the fictional town of Sunnyvale where she had dabbled in medicine, aerospace and also the fashion industry as career options in the original movie.

Tyra Banks (L) and a young Lindsay Lohan (R) in the original Life-Size movie.
Tyra Banks (L) and a young Lindsay Lohan (R) in the original Life-Size movie.

For those clueless about the plot - it revolves around a young girl, Casey Stuart, (played by Lindsay) who accidentally transforms her doll into the ideal living woman who is perfect in every way. And no matter how intensely Tyra wants Lindsay to be in the sequel, she is a tad bit disappointed that the former child star couldn't be actively involved in the sequel despite having expressed interest previously. 

"She has this new TV show on MTV about this club so she couldn't make it, which was sad," Tyra explained. "[Lindsay] will be in the movie in some kind of way," the producer teased. "We'll see where that ends up." 

Lindsay Lohan attends the 'Ace of Spades' and Three Six Zero Entertainment Cannes Film Festival Celebration with Champagne Armand de Brignac at Les Hauts de Saint Julien on May 21, 2017, in Biot, France. (Getty Images)
Lindsay Lohan attends the 'Ace of Spades' and Three Six Zero Entertainment Cannes Film Festival Celebration with Champagne Armand de Brignac at Les Hauts de Saint Julien on May 21, 2017, in Biot, France. (Getty Images)