The movement #FreeBritney and the documentary made by The New York Times, Framing Britney, has exposed social injustices towards female stars and has empowered them, causing fans of the artists to speak out and ask for a change. This time, Lindsay Lohan It is who is being talked about. The exposure of her private life in the mass media caused severe problems in the actress’s health, being justified on the pretext that her mental problems were overcome a long time ago.
In recent days, the interview she had on David Letterman’s night program in 2013, a program in which she began her acting career, in 1992, as a garbage container, has become viral. In the 2013 interview he tries to talk about the promotion of his film that was about to be released, Scary Movie 5 and the interviewer does not allow him to do so, changing the topic of conversation to the problems he has had with his rehabilitation. He sarcastically mentions that he’s been to court more times for stealing, to which Lohan responds intelligently avoiding the awkward moment with a joke about stealing the mug he’s using during his show, yet David insists so much that when he can’t do anything anymore, snatch the papers where are the questions I would ask you. In the interview you can see a Lindsay uncomfortable with the situation, because everyone found it funny. Fortunately, social behaviors have changed and it is now that the seriousness of the problem is evident.
Lindsay began to have addiction problems in the 2000s and according to what she has confessed, going to rehab was a way to pass the time, like a joke, and that she has attended so many times that she could even write a book, however, the media have misinterpreted the situation and made fun of her publicly and normalizing her problems with the alcohol, cocaine, marijuana, and ecstasy, his favorite drug. He mentioned that cocaine is one of his drugs less favoritesBecause they remind her of her father, they make her feel uncomfortable. He consumed it four times between 20 and 23 years old and afraid to try LSD or shoot heroin.
In addition to Britney Spears, like other former stars Disney What Demi Lovato, Christina Aguilera, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez The Bella Thorne, were questioned for their way of being, which led them to have mental problems or addiction. Lindsay Lohan began her artistic career at a very early age, being “Game of twins” or “The Parent trap” her official debut, due to the worldwide success she obtained in 1998; This caused that, from the age of 12, her professional and private life was exposed publicly and the media did not have a bit of empathy with a girl who was just starting with what was at some point a successful career.