Lindsay Lohan could be blacklisted by the Indian government following her trip to the country in December, when she falsely claimed she had rescued 40 child workers, reports the Daily Telegraph.
Her comments, which highlighted the plight of child laborers, ruffled feathers in India and alerted officials who discovered she had broken the country’s visa rules by travelling as a tourist while working on the BBC documentary.
And to top it off, her efforts may have been for naught, according to the Guardian, which says a mere 600,000 viewers watched "Lindsay Lohan’s Indian Journey" April 1 on BBC3.
The film had a 0.9% share of the audience between 9 and 10 p.m. It was beaten by the second half of the 1951 Gene Kelly film "An American In Paris" on BBC4, which averaged 233,000 viewers, a 1% audience share, between 8.10 p.m. and 10 p.m.
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