Lindsay Lohan has come to the defense of Harvey Weinstein following multiple allegations of sexual assault. The actress-singer, who has previously worked with the movie mogul, even asked the alleged victims to stop their accusations against the producer.

In a couple of now-deleted videos, the "Mean Girls" star shared her thoughts on the issue and expressed her support to the controversial producer. "I don't think it's right what's going on," she explained.

Lohan weighs in on Weinstein's sexual assault allegations

The 31-year-old singer-actress even singled out Georgina Chapman after she revealed her plan to leave Harvey Weinstein in the wake of sexual assault allegations.

In an official statement, the fashion designer announced her decision to end her decade-long marriage with the movie mogul.

"I think Georgina needs to take a stand and be there for her husband," Lindsay Lohan responded to her announcement. "He's never harmed me or done anything wrong to me, and we've done several movies together."

The "Scary Movie" alum ended her video with a plea to the public to stop their allegations against the award-winning producer.

Aside from Lindsay Lohan, Donna Karan also defended Harvey Weinstein from the accusations pressed against him since the news broke over the weekend.

The DKNY founder even suggested that the alleged victims may have asked for "trouble" with the way they presented themselves.

DKNY creator slammed for victim-blaming

Her statements received flak from the online community with some internet users threatening to boycott her clothing label. Donna Karan was also accused of victim-blaming for suggesting that the alleged victims were at fault over what happened to them.

After she saw the reactions for defending Harvey Weinstein against sexual assault allegations, Donna Karan explained that her statements were taken out of context and should not be viewed as a representation of what she feels about the ongoing issue.

“I have spent my life championing women," she explained. "My life has been dedicated to dressing and addressing the needs of women, empowering them and promoting equal rights.”

The DKNY creator also said sexual assault is something that needs to be addressed regardless of the people involved. She ended her statement with an apology to those who were offended by her previous comments.

Donna Karan is said to be a close friend of Harvey Weinstein's wife, Georgina Chapman since both of them are fashion designers.