Lindsay Lohan joins Shia LaBeouf in 'I'm not famous' protest
Lindsay Lohan is officially over partying and getting into trouble.
Lindsay Lohan has mimicked Shia LaBeouf's paper bag stunt, insisting her status as a tabloid starlet is now null and void.
Back in 2014, controversial Transformers actor Shia declared he was no longer a celebrity by wearing a paper bag on his head with the words 'I am not famous anymore' inscribed onto it while walking the red carpet premiere of his movie Nymphomaniac, Volume I at the Berlin Film Festival.
And it seems Lindsay has taken a page from his book, as she shared a photo of herself on Instagram Thursday (24Mar16) with the exact same getup on her dome, writing in the caption: "I'm not cool enough for LA. #tmp =toomanypawns #tmz =toomuchzealousness".
Lindsay relocated from Los Angeles, California to London, England in 2014 after years of getting into trouble in the United States. She was arrested many times, visited rehab on several occasions and was finally released from probation last May (15) - marking this the first time the Mean Girls star was not under court supervised probation in eight years.
Lindsay has not found herself in conflict with the law and has spent a relatively quiet few years since moving to London, and it's claimed she'd like to keep life peaceful.
The 29-year-old actress struck up a romance with Russian business mogul Egor Tarabasov seven months ago and earlier this week she told fans on Instagram they have decided to live together.
"Moving in and "How To Get Your Man To Help" #HTGYMTH 1. Organising Hangers : A happy closet is a happy mind (sic)," she wrote on Tuesday (22Mar16) in a caption attached to an image of Egor packing boxes.
A recent report suggests Lindsay wants to relax and stay out of the spotlight moving forward.
"She's not partying as much like she used to," a source told People magazine. "She's doing really well and she is taking cooking classes with some girlfriends ... She has been happy staying out of the public eye. She likes staying in and flying under the radar and staying out of trouble."
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