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Lindsay Lohan Gets Ten Men to Take Their Clothes Off
Lindsay Lohan isn't known for being a timid flower, but it looks like the actress might be becoming more modest with age. On the set of her new movie, "The Canyons," Lohan recently asked the entire crew to strip down along with her during a sex scene in order to make her feel more comfortable.
TMZ reports that the mass removal of clothing went down last week, when Lohan was preparing to film a scene that required her to go topless. When the moment arrived, she got nervous and asked that the 10-man crew join her by disrobing down to their boxers and/or briefs.
They apparently complied.
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