Having lived in London, Lindsay Lohan made her voice heard in regards to her strong stance against Brexit -- Britain wanting to exit the European Union. While voting went down during the Referendum of the United Kingdom's membership of the European Union on Friday, June 24, 2016, she didn't hold back with her opinions on social media as a remain-ist, but swiftly deleted them all.
LiLo followed along closely with BBC's coverage of the historic event, and made it known right off the bat that she was for Britain staying with the European Union -- not on the "leave" side of things.
"#remain #IAMIRISH #iloveuk #iloveEu #iloveusa #onelove #freetrade," she captioned an Instagram post, captured by the Independent before being removed from her account.
But, Lindsay wasn't totally on board with how BBC was covering the event.
"#REMAIN Sorry, but #KETTERING where are you&why is this woman @BBCNews speaking on people rather than TELLING us what happens if UK LEAVES," she questioned.
Since BBC wasn't, she made it a point to talk heavily about the financial effects of what Brexit could do to their economy, with the value of the pound already dropping.
"good luck with the pound.. will take you about 15 years to get it back up #REMAIN instead," she said in one tweet. Adding in another, "dropping by the second... one dollar and forty nine cents.. dropping as we breathe..#REMAIN."
The 29-year-old, dating Russian heir Egor Tarabasov, even made a reference to her "Mean Girls" role while pleading with her followers to come to the remain side. Does #youcantsitwithus sound familiar?
"for the love of #hermajestythequeen ..the #leave #youcantsitwithus FELLOWS @SNP WE SHOULD ALL BE SITTING TOGETHER #LOVENOTHATE we can be 1," she said. "BE POSITIVE .. IGNORE THE 200,000 MARGIN #REMAIN," she added in another tweet.
At one point, she also shouted out the Shetlands, who stood in support of the remain campaign.
"i love the #shetlands @BBCNews thank goodness we have pure hearted people our side #besmart #ShetlandsVSSunderland #BringItOn."
But at the end of the vote, it was Britain who got their way and won with 51.9 percent, meaning they would successfully be able to leave the European Union.
Soon after, British Prime Minister David Cameron stepped down. What a monumental day in history.
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