Just days after The New York Times and the New Yorker published reports that accused film producer Harvey Weinstein of sexually harassing multiple women, actress Lindsay Lohan defended the media mogul in a brief Instagram video.

Although Lohan quickly deleted the Instagram post, the video (watch below) is now circulating on Twitter. In the video, Lohan speaks in an odd accent and states that she "feels bad" for Weinstein. She goes on to say that Harvey's wife, who recently announced she is leaving her husband of 10 years, should "be there" for him.

Lohan feels bad for Weinstein

According to the Guardian, at least 20 women have come forward to speak about Weinstein's unwanted advances, including actresses Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, Cara Delevingne, Rose McGowan, Mira Sorvino, and Rosanna Arquette. Accusations against the 65-year-old media mogul range from sexual harassment to rape.

"I feel very bad for Harvey Weinstein right now. I don't think it's right what's going on," Lohan said in her now-deleted Instagram video. "I think Georgina needs to take a stand and be there for her husband."

Lohan, 31, stated that she did several movies with Weinstein and he never harmed her.

She continued on to say that "everyone needs to stop, I think it's wrong."

Lohan follows up after deleting video

Lohan received plenty of backlash on social media for defending Weinstein. After deleting the video, Lohan tried to clear up her stance on Weinstein, telling The Daily Mail she thinks the situation should not play out in the media.

"I am saddened to hear about the allegations against my former colleague Harvey Weinstein," Lohan told the Daily Mail.

She went on to say that she has also lived in the "public eye" and feels that any allegations should "always be made to the authorities," not to the media.

Although she didn't say anything negative about Harvey Weinstein in her now-deleted Instagram video, Lindsay Lohan told the Daily Mail that she encourages "all women" to report their experiences to "relevant authorities" if they believe Harvey Weinstein "harmed them."

Lohan appeared in two films that have Weinstein's name in the credits.

According to IMDb, Harvey was the executive producer for the 2015 movie, "Scary Movie 5" (Lohan played herself in the film). Although he wasn't a producer for the film, the Weinstein Company received a "special thanks" credit for "Bobby" (Lohan played Diane in the 2006 movie).