Lindsay Lohan Deletes Brexit Tweets After Flurry of Posts

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The actress, who is spending time in London, was very active on social media as votes were tallied in the UK on Thursday night.

Some passionate comments on the United Kingdom's historic vote to leave the European Union have come from a seemingly unlikely source: Lindsay Lohan.

The 29-year-old American actress, who is spending time in London, was very active on social media as votes were tallied in the U.K. on Thursday night, tackling such topics as the value of British currency and the effect the EU has had on workplace fatalities in the U.K.

She summed up the vote on Twitter: "One thing for sure the #referendum results are very close, but also showing a difference of opinion across #Britain."

Some apparently thought her interest in U.K. politics was a joke. She made a point to tweet, "i have not been hacked."

The tweets were removed Friday.

Still, Lohan's live-tweeting of the referendum results caught the attention of Ronan Farrow, country musician Chely Wright and CNN's Jonathan Wald, who invited the actress to call in to Thursday evening's CNN Tonight, hosted by Don Lemon.

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