But the magazine also features a quote in which Fox explains that she removed her Marilyn Monroe tattoo because she realized that late actress wasn't "reliable" and had "squandered" a lot of potential - just like Lindsay Lohan.
But now Fox has taken to Facebook and issued a clarification, detailing how she never meant to offend the often-troubled star.
"[T]here is a reference that is made to Lindsay Lohan that I would like to clarify before it snowballs into something sily," Fox writes. "I attempted to draw parallels between Lindsay and Marilyn in order to illustrate my point that while Marilyn may be an icon now, sadly she was not respected and taken seriously while she was still living.
"Both women were gifted actresses, whose natural talent was lost amongst the chaos and incessant media scrutiny surrounding their lifestyles and their difficulties adhering to studio schedules etc... It was most definitely not my intention to criticize or degrade Lindsay.
"I would never want her to feel bullied, as she does not deserve that.. this miscommunication is my fault."
It's an admirable move by Fox, considering Lohan has enough problems on her own at the moment. Her father did recently say she's a high-class call girl, after all.