Men in Black star Josh Brolin has said Lindsay Lohan must enjoy the press invading her life as she seems to encourage the media to do so.
The actor admitted in an interview that he wouldnt be able to cope with the press invasion Lohan has had to endure over the years.
"I don't know how Lindsay Lohan does it. If anything, she has the gift of some massive denial system or a foundation that's just unbreakable because it's just constant," Brolin told BlackBook.
He added: "Apparently [Lindsay] likes it. She keeps putting herself out there."
Lindsay has been the subject of media scrutinity for a long time, making headlines for everything from crack addition to lesbian affairs, so it seems Brolin may be right. He went on to speak about how he's dealt with media invasion in the past, saying: "When Diane and I got married, a publicist said, 'I think there should be security for you guys'."
He went on to say: "My belief is that the more you use, the more you ask for an influx of unwanted people. So Diane and I were talking about it and I said, 'I really don't want to do that, but if it's a necessity, I will'. I couldn't picture guys talking into their sleeves at the ranch during the wedding."
Brolin next stars with Ryan Gosling, Sean Penn and Emma Stone in Gangster Squad, opening in the US on September 7 and in the UK on November 9.
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