lindsay lohan james deen actress is like a child gi Lindsay Lohan 'like a child' says 'Canyons' co star James DeenLindsay Lohan’s movie “The Canyons” has been having a rough couple of weeks. After being rejected from both the Sundance and South By Southwest festivals, Lohan’s co-star is now opening up about working with the actress.

Porn star James Deen was horrified by the way Lohan acted on set, according to the Sun. Deen says, “There were days when she would scream and yell and cry and refuse to come out.” His regular job sounds a cakewalk, compared to working with the actress. “In porn I am used to working with professionals who are courteous to others,” he says, “but Lindsay was like a child lashing out.”

The film features numerous sex scenes and quite a bit of nudity, which Lohan signed off on. However, when the time came for Lindsay to strip, Deen says she freaked. When Lindsay walked on set to find her co-stars naked, Deen claims she “was screaming, ‘Put your clothes on. For the love of God, put your clothes on’.”

After they put their robes on, Deen says Lohan took off her top and sat down. When he asked why she got naked, she said she was “allowed to.” “With that,” he says, “I dropped my towel – and she stormed off set. She then refused to return until the entire crew stripped.” Even after all of that crazy, Deen says that once Lindsay calmed down, she was a “natural,” adding, “We actually shot the scene in one take in just 14 minutes.”

In another incident, Lohan pitched a fit when asked to take off her shoes so she was closer to Deen’s height. “I’m a short guy,” he explains, “and it looked ridiculous with her towering over me in seven-inch heels.” In the end, Lohan got her way and James was given boots that made him taller.

Even after the terrible experience of working with Lohan, James doesn’t blame the actress for her attitude. “She is a product of the Hollywood system.”

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