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VIDEO: Lindsay Lohan Gets Punched In Face For Trying To Take Refugee Children

Lindsay Lohan was punched by a refugee family she said she wanted to help but then accused of child trafficking

Moscow, Russia – Actress Lindsay Lohan filmed a bizarre interaction with a Syrian refugee family on Friday in which she accused them of trafficking and followed them around while filming before getting punched in the face.

Lohan, 32, got out of her car and approached the family, which included two boys and their parents, according to TMZ. (Video below)

In the video, Lohan said they were Syrian refugees who need help. TMZ reported that Lohan started the video by saying, “Hey everyone I just want to show you a family I met, a Syrian refugee family. I’m going to introduce you to them.”

The family sat against a building while Lohan spoke to them in Arabic. Lohan said the boys looked tired and cold and offered to buy the family a hotel room.

“You look tired and cold. I will buy you a hotel room. I will. I will give you cash for a hotel room,” Lohan repeated on the video.

But the family then got up and started to move away from Lohan.

“We are going, we are going to a room,” Lohan said, but the family had other plans.

“Guys, you are going the wrong way,” Lohan said in the video as she followed them. “My car is here. Look at what is happening. They are trafficking children.”

Then Lohan said, “I won’t leave until I take you. Now, I know who you are. Don’t f**k with me.”

Lohan posted the video live on her Instagram account and said, “The whole world is seeing this right now.”

Lohan tried to grab one of the boys and said, “Give me your hand,” according to TMZ. At that point, the woman with the children punched Lohan, who began sobbing, “I’m in shock right now, I’m just like so scared.”

Prior to filming the incident with the Syrian refugees, Lohan was at the Saint Laurent show at Paris Fashion Week and sat in the front row, according to Fox News.

You can see the bizarre video below. The punch is at about 9:25 in:

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