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Lindsay Lohan is not adopting Greek culture, nor is the actress "desperate" to reinvent herself, despite a made-up tabloid report. Gossip Cop can correct this claim. We're told it's "not true."

The strange allegation comes from the National Enquirer, which blares in a headline, "LiLo Gives Greece A Chance!" In the accompanying article, the often magazine claims Lohan has adopted "yet another culture," finding a place where she "isn't judged by her checkered past." A so-called "source" is quoted as saying, "Lindsay has totally ingratiated herself to the people [of Greece]," and is "eating only Mediterranean food like fish, feta, cheese, cucumbers and Kalamata olives."

What's more, the outlet's supposed insider goes on to contend that Lohan, a major celebrity in Greece and owner of an Athens nightclub, is "imitating their customs and attempting to speak her own version of their language." But in a terribly ironic and laughable statement, the publication's seemingly manufactured "source" contends that Lohan's attempt at speaking Greek "sounds like something she made-up."

Let Gossip Cop set the record straight. For starters, how does eating Greek food in Greece prove she's adopting the country's culture? She's simply eating the food that's served there. What is Lohan supposed to order while in Greece, Mexican food?

Regardless, a rep for Lohan assures us the Enquirer's latest report is "not true." We're told Lohan, who has vacationed in Greece for the past six years, loves the country, its food and its people. Despite the outlet's contention, the actress is not hoping to reinvent herself by adopting Greek culture. It's just wrong.

Of course, we're not remotely surprised by the magazine's latest fabrication. In March, Gossip Cop called out the supermarket tabloid for wrongly claiming Lohan was launching a line of designer headscarves aimed at women across the Middle East. And shortly before that tall tale, we corrected the publication for falsely alleging in a ridiculous story that Lohan was trying to date Vladimir Putin. Much like those untrue reports, this new article appears to have also been completely made up.

Our Verdict

Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.

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