Lindsay Lohan is featured in the new issue of Variety to chat about her new show Lindsay Lohan’s Beach Club.

Here’s what the 32-year-old had to share…
On if she auditions for anything: “I only auditioned for ‘The Parent Trap.’ I would be terrified to audition. I don’t even know what it would be like. I think I would freeze. My agent asked me to read for something, and I was like, “I can’t.” I would panic. It’s such a different experience. I don’t think I could do it. Someone asked me to audition once — it was Oliver Stone for ‘Savages,’ and I met with him and they wanted me to read, and I said, ‘I’m really, really bad at this, and I’m going to forget everything the second I start, so I might just ad-lib it.’ And he was like, ‘You were great.’ And I was like, ‘OK.’ It was such a weird experience.”
On not wanting people to keep bringing up her past: “I just don’t want to seem like a martyr. But it’s in the past. I always say to people, ‘You do realize that was over 10 years ago?’ But it was definitely unfair and unjust at certain times, especially as a girl. I worked at the morgue [as part of a judge’s ruling for violating probation after allegedly stealing a necklace]. I’ve been through the ringer. It was horrible. But from those things, I became a lot stronger.”
On if she’s a feminist: “I’m just Lindsay Lohan. Whatever that is.”

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