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Here’s Why Lindsay Lohan’s Friends Are Begging Her To Return To The States

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Jena Greene Reporter

Lindsay Lohan’s friends are practically begging her to return to the United States after she was reportedly punched in the face by a homeless person in Moscow.

Lohan, who’s had a rough several months abroad and somehow picked up an occasional accent, reportedly accused a homeless family of human trafficking earlier this week, which escalated into a physical altercation.

Everything was caught on video. She can be seen getting out of her car and confronting the family, who appear to be Middle Eastern. Lohan claims they’re Syrian refugees, and shouts at them in both English and Arabic. When they resist her assistance, she yells, “You’re ruining Arabic culture!”

You can watch the whole thing unfold below. The mother appears to haul off and hit Lindsay after she claims, “The whole world is seeing this right now,” in a strange accent.

After the video surfaced, Lindsay’s friends reportedly began begging her to come home. There’s no real reason she should be in Russia, seeing as she and her former Russian fiancé Egor Tarabasov broke up (after she claimed he was abusive), and she’s supposed to be filming a reality show in Greece.

TMZ is reporting Lindsay’s currently in Paris with her publicist. No word on whether she’ll actually return to the United States, but it would almost certainly tank her show.

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