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Lindsay Lohan Is Putting Her Bizarre Accent To Work For A Good Cause

In case you haven't heard, Lindsay Lohan has a new accent. But instead of your friend just picking it up while studying abroad in London for a semester, Lindsay is putting it to good use…

You know, besides just bragging about her cool new accent, which she just “picked up” from traveling the world.

Lohan calls her new dialect “Lilohan,” and now she's selling t-shirts, tanks and sweatshirts that read “I Only Speak Lilohan.”

The shirts, which sell from $24.99 to $39.99, will benefit Caudwell Children and The Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency of Turkey.

Lohan told Page Six,

I wanted to support children in the UK as I have been living there for the past four years and children are dear to my heart. Secondly, I wanted to help the Middle East in this unfortunate crisis. It think it's important we give back when we can and continue to raise awareness.

Lohan's new accent, according to the 30-year-old actress, is a combination of languages she has learned since she was a child. She speaks English, French, Russian, Turkish, Italian and Arabic.

She said in an interview that this combination of languages and accents is what we now lovingly dub “Lilohan.”

She said,

I wanted to turn a silly viral event into something positive for the world. I speak ‘Lilohan' in order to voice support for AFAD and Caudwell Children; two charities incredibly close to my heart.

After she broke up with her fiancé Egor Tarabasov this summer, Lohan has spent a lot of her time launching a nightclub in Greece and working with Syrian refugees.

While the accent itself may be a bit fake (but really, she is traveling a lot so maybe she's just forgetting how she used to sound), we're glad the star is using her platform to do a lot of good in this world!

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Citations: Lindsay Lohan's new accent raising money for charities (Page Six)

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Hope Schreiber was raised on a mountain in New York and somehow found her way to LA. She is an expert in folklore, demonology, and can pronounce 'charcuterie.'
Hope Schreiber was raised on a mountain in New York and somehow found her way to LA. She is an expert in folklore, demonology, and can pronounce 'charcuterie.'

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