After myriad tales of Lindsay Lohan being a train wreck, Lindsay Lohan's career going down in flames, Lindsay Lohan's father being insane, and every guy/girl in L.A. seeing Lindsay Lohan nude, we're happy to report a positive story about her!
Lohan returned to the U.S. from India Saturday. There, she visited the country's most impoverished areas to film a documentary about human trafficking.
"Lindsay is home from India now. I am so proud of her for going," Dina Lohan said Sunday of her eldest daughter, who arrived at LAX Airport Saturday.
The 23-year-old visited the Sanlaap women's and children's shelter outside Calcutta, which houses female victims of trafficking and other forms of exploitation.
The troubled star and desperate muse spent about hours with residents and watched performances by children, donning traditional Indian clothing.
Lindsay Lohan also visited hospitals to give gifts to sick children.
The actress traveled around India with a camera crew from the BBC and her friend, stylist Patrick Aufdenkamp, who Tweeted, "Can't wait for everyone to see the documentary of [Lindsay] with the incredibly brave children we met."
Lohan herself took to Twitter to say that visiting India was "the most amazing time of my life," she wrote. "Focusing on celebrities and lies is so disconcerting, when we can change the world one child at a time.... hope everyone can see that."
We can't believe we're saying it, but good job Lindsay!