She claimed she was ‘racially profiled’ after being stopped for wearing a headscarf at Heathrow airport last month.
And Lindsay Lohan – who is rumored to be converting to Islam – donned the head-wear again on Monday as she shared an important message on Instagram.
‘Don’t judge a book by it’s cover (sic)’ the 30-year-old actress wrote along with an Arabic translation.
The Parent Trap star is pictured lying on a couch and propping herself up on her elbows as she gazes at the camera.
A white cloth or scarf adorns her head which she holds in place either side.
The Mean Girls star wears what appears to be a white t-shirt dress as she relaxes on the plush couch with a pile of pillows near her head.
‘She opened my passport and saw Lindsay Lohan and started apologizing but said ”take off your head scarf”.
‘I did, I mean it’s OK. But what scared me was that moment, how would another woman who doesn’t feel comfortable taking off her headscarf feel? That was really interesting to me. I was kind of in shock.
Lindsay has said she was wearing the headscarf as she had just left Turkey and she was doing it out of respect for the country’s culture.
In the same interview Lindsay revealed she has finally found a sense of ‘solace’ in her life, after hitting the milestone age of 30 and embracing her spiritual side.
She explained: ‘Studying the Koran is something I found solace in, a religion where I found a lot of peace.
‘I have reached inside and I found what I want my intentions to be in the world… focusing on taking control of what I want out of life.’
‘You can’t just convert to a religion overnight – it’s a culture and practice [and] I don’t want to comment on something I haven’t finished’, she told the programme.
Lindsay has also added the Arabic greeting ‘Alaikum salam’ to the top of her Instagram page.
The phrase means ‘and unto you peace’.
Meanwhile, Lindsay is making a return to TV with a new reality show called The Anti-Social Network.
In a trailer that was leaked to MailOnline.com last week the star explains that she will take full control of fans’ social media accounts for 24 hours, without their knowledge.