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Jamie Lee Curtis: 'Donald Trump should apologise to Lindsay Lohan'

Published 18/10/2016

Jamie Lee Curtis
Jamie Lee Curtis

The veteran actress was "disgusted" by lewd remarks the presidential candidate made about her Freaky Friday co-star in a 2004 radio chat.

Jamie Lee Curtis has demanded Donald Trump apologises to Lindsay Lohan and her family for remarks he made about her Freaky Friday co-star in a 2004 radio chat.

The embattled businessman, who is currently running for election as America's next president, talked lewdly about the then-18-year-old's freckled breasts and imagined what she'd be like in bed during an interview with shock jock Howard Stern, which was unearthed by CNN researchers last week (beg10Oct16).

In the interview, Trump was asked for his thoughts about party girl Lindsay, and said, "There's something there, right? But you have to like freckles. I've seen a... close-up of her chest and a lot of freckles. Are you into freckles?"

He then imagined sex with the teenager, stating, "She's probably deeply troubled and therefore great in bed. How come the deeply troubled women, you know, deeply, deeply troubled, they're always the best in bed?"

Curtis was appalled by the audio and took to Instagram on Friday (14Oct16) to slam Trump for his lewd remarks, reminding the businessman he's running for U.S. President.

The actress shared a throwback photo of herself with her Freaky Friday co-star and quoted the Republican's 2004 conversation with Stern, captioning the post: "I am appalled. Lindsay needed help and guidance. Not your gross, lecherous, lewd commentary. YOU are the Republican nominee for the Presidency."

Jamie Lee has now spoken about her feelings, telling Access Hollywood, "He (Trump) should apologise to her, he should apologise to her family and he should apologise to every mother who has ever had a daughter who's gone through one moment of difficulty, to have a man make a comment like that about her difficulty. I found it disgusting."

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