Lindsay Lohan Indian Child Trafficking Documentary A Flop In The UK

The Brits just aren’t that into watching Lindsay Lohan save the world: an abysmal 224,000 viewers tuned in to Lohan’s Indian Journey, a documentary highlighting the trafficking of women and children in Bihar. The feature aired on The UK’s BBC3 this week and was beaten out by an airing of Gene Kelly’s 1951 cinema classic, An American In Paris.

The “Mean Girls” star, who has hit headlines for her stints in rehab and drink-driving arrests, teamed up with The BBC Network for the charity work, but the venture may cause even more harm to Lohan’s already damaged rep. Lindsay is facing a ban from India after immigration officials cited the star for entering Bihar without securing the appropriate work visas.

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