At one point she said: "You're ruining Arabic culture. You're a good little boy and this is not fair".
The 32-year-old actress who recently stated that women speaking about the #MeToo Movement, made them look "weak," has shared a controversial Instagram Live video of herself approaching what appears to be a homeless family that she claims are "Syrian refugees" that she is "really anxious about".
"I'm, like, in shock right now", she says.
"You should not have them [your sons] on the floor, you should be a hard-working woman and you should be doing what you [can] for your children, so they have a better life".
"You want to come with me?"
It seems that Lindsay Lohan's heart was in the right place at the start of the stream, but she then unfortunately adopts a fake accent, trying to take the kids and the mother, and then just the kids, getting more angry as the family turns her down. No wonder the mother acted the way she did; if someone was trying to take my children away from me and threatening me, I'd push her too.
The adults start to pack up their few belongings, while the actress tries to persuade them to leave behind an item that is wet and dirty.
"Guys, you're going the wrong way, my vehicle is here, come", she said to the children who kept walking. Now I know who you are, don't f**k with me. "I'm with you boys, don't worry".
"Do you want to stay in a hotel tonight? They will come back to you", Lohan further added.
But the confrontation soon turned ugly when Lohan realized the family wouldn't be joining her. Either way, the video closes with Lindsay shedding a tear and saying she only wanted to save the boys. The next video shows her crying and talking about how scared she is, as if she didn't just frighten a mother into acting in self defense.
Twitter wasn't entirely sure what to make of these insane events that transpired on Lohan's Instagram Live video.
The camera drops and, after a moment, Lindsay picks it back up as she clutches her cheek in pain.