Jane Fonda on Lindsay Lohan’s scolding: she needed it
165Let’s talk business.Catch up on the business news closest to you with our daily newsletter. Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREThe Christmas Truce of 1914 proved that peace is possible “She’s in the magazines, so you always know what she’s doing because you can just read about it in the tabloids,” Fonda said. “She parties all the time … And you know, she’s young and she can get away with it. But, you know, it’s hard after a while to party very hard and work very hard. She learned that, I hope.” Lohan’s publicist, Leslie Sloane, did not immediately return an e-mail from The Associated Press . Lohan plays a troubled teen in “Georgia Rule,” which co-stars Fonda and Felicity Huffman. The film, currently in production, is expected to be released next year. Fonda is still sympathetic toward Lohan, who is estranged from her imprisoned father Michael Lohan. “I just want to take her in my arms and hold her until she becomes grown-up,” she said. “She’s so young and she’s so alone out there in the world in terms of structure and, you know, people to nurture her. And she’s so talented.” Jane Fonda praised a studio executive’s recent scolding of Lindsay Lohan for her absences on the set of their film, “Georgia Rule.” “I think every once in a while, a very, very young person who is burning both ends of the candle needs to have somebody say, `You know, you’re going to pay the piper, you better slow down.’ So I think it was good,” the 68-year-old actress told “Access Hollywood.” In July, James G. Robinson, CEO of Morgan Creek Productions, chided Lohan, 20, in a letter for her behavior on a movie set and doubted her absence was related to heat exhaustion. “We are well aware that your ongoing all-night, heavy partying is the real reason for your so-called ‘exhaustion,”’ he wrote. Fonda agreed.