Crime Of Fashion: Lindsay Lohan’s Instagram Homage To Sharon Tate (On Charles Manson’s Birthday)

Lindsay Lohan is drawing the ire of opinionated (read: peeved) people all over the Internet after dressing up in an outfit reminiscent of famous 1960s actor and murder victim Sharon Tate … on Charles Manson’s 81st birthday, no less.

Yesterday the 29-year-old actress posted a selfie on Instagram of herself posed in a ‘60s-esque floral crop top and short-shorts, complete with the caption “I LOVE SHARON TATE #CANCERmeetsAQUARIUS #themelook #hippieWINTERCHIC.”


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Needless to say, folks immediately reacted, with one commenter writing, “This is so disrespectful on so many levels.” Someone else called her an “asshole,” and a publicist offered up their services, writing, “Hi Lindsay! Give me a shout back. I do PR and would love to rep and advise you on matters like this.”

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Tate was 8.5 months pregnant in 1969, when Manson sent his fanatical cult members into the Los Angeles home of Tate and her husband Roman Polanski. Tate was stabbed to death; four others were killed as well.

Lohan has yet to address the incident, but do you think her snap was a harmless homage, or totally tacky?

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  • Shannon

    TACKY! I could possibly to understand it if she had posted it on SHARON TATES BIRTHDAY not Mansons! That is just sick

  • Goaty McCheese

    She’s a mess. I’m in love.

  • Michael Broughton

    Get over it, it’s just the game. Move on.

  • psycoologist

    If you love Sharron Tate, surely you would do something like this on her birthday rather than monster Mansons birthday?

  • MissGuggle

    Tacky. But let’s consider who we’re talking about here: Lindsay Lohan. Hello?😁 all publicity is good publicity (to a point) for her these days, I’d assume. (But nothing as bad as before, which is what I meant by I’d assume, as she knows now that nobody found those antics even slightly amusing.)

  • CherCee

    6 people were murdered that night: Sharon Tate Polanski, Abigail Folger, Voytek Frykowski, Jay Sebring, Steve Parent, and Paul Richard Polanski.