While doing press for her new movie “Georgia Rule,” Lindsay Lohan paid a visit to David Letterman on Wednesday to talk about her new film, her controversial behavior on the set and Paris Hilton’s recent legal troubles.
“It's terrible,” Lindsay said of former pal Paris’ 45-day jail sentence.
Lohan also opened up about her highly publicized misbehavior while filming “Georgia Rule.”
“I was out too late a few of the times. I had a boyfriend. I was fighting with him,” she told Letterman. “I was very immature. I was very irresponsible. And I understand that.”
In September 2006, her “Georgia” co-star Jane Fonda spoke to “Access Hollywood” about Lindsay’s on-set antics.
“It’s hard after a while to party very hard and work very hard. She'll learn that,” Fonda told “Access.” “She’s so alone out there in the world in terms of structure and people to nurture her. She is so talented. Oh my gosh, she can access emotion like nothing ... And she just makes me cry. I just want to take her in my arms and hold her until she’s grown up.”
During her interview with Letterman, Dave also played a game of “Fact or Fiction” with Lindsay, running down a few of the many tabloid headlines the actress has been attached to over the years.
When asked if it was true she drove over a photographer’s foot, Lindsay joked “No, but I should’ve.”
Dave also asked her about the rumor that Paris punched her at a nightclub.
“No,” she said with a laugh.
And what about the rumor she's addicted to McDonald’s?
“True,” she admitted. “Guilty pleasure.”
Lindsay also talked about her next movie “I Know Who Killed Me,” where she plays a stripper.
When she told Dave she had taken lessons on how to play the part and revealed moviegoers might get to see a lot of her on screen, Letterman quipped, “You’re going to kill me. I have a heart condition.”