Lindsay Lohan’s #Brexit Live-Tweets Confused A Whole Lot of People Last Night

'I have not been hacked'

Actress Lindsay Lohan addresses reporters at a news conference at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, Monday, Jan. 20, 2014, in Park City, Utah. Producer Randall Emmett and Lohan announced the forthcoming production of a new film, "Inconceivable," in which Lohan will star and co-produce. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

Citizens of Ireland, the UK and the rest of Europe woke up to the alarming news this morning that the EU had officially lost one of its biggest members.

After a heated campaign, the Leave side won the #Brexit vote by a slim margin of just over one million votes, a result which saw the current UK Prime Minister David Cameron stepping down this morning.

As well as the countless tweets from politicians, journalists, voters and campaigners, one person whose name popped up surprisingly frequently on Twitter timelines last night was Lindsay Lohan.


Yup, that Lindsay Lohan. Parent Trap, Mean Girls, rehab, etc.

The actress, who lived and worked in the UK for a large chunk of 2014  while performing in the West End play Speed-the-Plow, live-tweeted a large chunk of last night’s results coverage, much to the confusion of her followers.

Sadly, she has now deleted most of what she wrote, but here’s a selection of the best…

i love the #shetlands

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good luck with the pound
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Understandably, her tweets attracted a fair amount of attention:

But she was quick to reassure them that she had “not been hacked.”

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Sadly for the rest of the world, LiLo headed off to bed before the result was officially confirmed, and didn’t seem too bothered by the result today:

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Er, okay.