Lindsay Lohan meets Syrian refugees in Turkey
Actress Lindsay Lohan met Syrian refugees on her recent visit to Turkey.
Los Angeles: Actress Lindsay Lohan met Syrian refugees on her recent visit to Turkey.
The 30-year-old actress has been spending quality time with the refugees in their camp, and loves interacting with the children and listening to their stories, reported ET online.
The"Mean Girls" star shared several photos from her visit, and introduced her Instagram followers to the Hussein family.
"The father, Mohammad, was injured severely in Aleppo and his wife left him and her three kids after they migrated to Turkey," Lohan wrote.
"The lovely girl is Heya, 9, and her twin brother is Leys. The Sultanbeyli Municipality is covering their rent and kitchen expenses, but the conditions of the house are very bad. The older brother was not in the house with us because, although he is 17, he had to work in order to take better care of his family," she wrote in the caption.
Lohan, who also brought gifts for the refugees, became very close to Heya.
"I can't forget Heya whom I met during my visit to the Hussein family. She couldn't care less about our gifts to her, whose mother has gone. She held me more and more tight when she sat on my lap."
Turkey's youth and sports deputy minister, Abdurrahim Boynukalin, joined Lohan in Istanbul.
Recently actress Angelina Jolie also visited Syrian refugees in Jordan.