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Lindsay Lohan feels upset on being asked about jail time

London:  Actress Lindsay Lohan has been left “upset and uncomfortable” after appearing on “The Jonathan Ross Show” and being asked about the time in jail. The actress' team has now asked ITV (Independent Television) to remove

IANS [ Updated: October 25, 2014 13:54 IST ]
lindsay lohan feels upset on being asked about jail time
lindsay lohan feels upset on being asked about jail time

London:  Actress Lindsay Lohan has been left “upset and uncomfortable” after appearing on “The Jonathan Ross Show” and being asked about the time in jail.

 
The actress' team has now asked ITV (Independent Television) to remove sections of the interview from the show where Ross asks Lohan how long she's been in prison.
 
Friends of Lohan claim that she felt “upset and uncomfortable” after being quizzed on her time in prison, reports mirror.co.uk.
 
Responding to Ross' question, Lohan says: “I have no idea. I've blocked that part out. That's in the past. Okay. You are not putting this on the show.”
 
Ross later said of the interview to Lohan: “Well, it's been lovely, occasionally tense, having you here, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. I was just going on about the same subject, which is why you, understandably, got a little defensive.”
 
Show insiders have dismissed the suggestion that Lindsay was left feeling uncomfortable by the questions posed.
 
A source said: "She seemed totally happy throughout. In fact, she seemed more than willing to talk about her time in prison as a whole and actually volunteered this information.
 
"Jonathan got some brilliant answers and actually, professionally, throughout he did a great job.
 
"So we are totally bemused as to where this upset has suddenly come from days later," the source added.
 
The interview will air on ITV Oct 25 10.10 p.m. GMT.

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