As the results of the United Kingdom’s European referendum remained on a knife-edge on Thursday night, actress Lindsay Lohan began to weigh in on the constitutional debate on social media.
She first posted an Instagram video appearing to show a Chanel bag before panning the camera to show the BBC’s referendum coverage on the television, and wrote “#besmart pay attention and work hard to buy @chanelofficial #remain where’s Sunderland? Does Sarah Palin live there? Lol.”
She later sent a series of tweets praising parts of Britain that voted to remain in the EU, while mocking those that chose to leave, and even commented on the news that the British pound had dropped sharply against the dollar as early results showed a lead for the leave campaign.
Meanwhile, a number of politicians tweeted lines from the movie Mean Girls in response to the actress’ tweets.
Despite some early suspicions, the actress said her accounts hadn’t been hacked.