India is expected to add Lindsay Lohan’s name to the country’s immigration blacklist. Subsequently, she will not allowed into the country, and if she does show up, she will be deported, said one Indian observer.
A few months ago racy photos of Lohan promoting “Muse” emerged. Thereafter she hopped into a plane to do an investigative report for BBC on sex trafficking of women and children in India. nothing wrong with that but.
Her fault? After she went to India in December to shoot the documentary film on child and woman sex trafficking, she tweeted on social network Twitter about the number of children she saved by raiding a child labor sweatshop.
“Over 40 children saved so far … Within one day’s work … This is what life is about … Doing THIS is a life worth living!!!” she tweeted while she was there.
And: “Focusing on celebrities and lies is so disconcerting, when we can be changing the world one child at a time … hope everyone can see that.”
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Lohan then caught the attention of Indian officials because she was “lying”, said one report. Also, some one blew the whistle.
According to details emerging, the raid was completed before Lohan arrived in India. Activists who actually participated in the raid were upset by her comments and alerted officials.
New Delhi is also upset that Lohan did the documentary on tourist visa while Indian law requires work visa for such activities
In this BBC video below, Lindsay Lohan documents her weeklong trip to India where she learned about trafficking women and children.