Lindsay Lohan isn't taking Donald Trump's perverted sexposé's lying down.
As previously reported, Trump said that he wished he could have banged Lohan during her more destructive days.
If that doesn't set your teeth - and your private parts - on edge, maybe you need another cup of coffee, or a good slap upside the head.
In a statement via her rep, Lohan said, "Right now, Lindsay is choosing to focus on the positive things happening in her life."
"[She's] decided to disregard the comments made about her by presidential nominee Donald Trump."
"[Lindsay] is focused on helping children around the world in need, and that's where her passion is."
Good to know that her passion doesn't reside within hooking up with "political figures."
... If we can even call this scum by that term.
Also, hold up: Lindsay Lohan has a rep?
About Lohan, Trump previously said, "She's probably deeply troubled."
"And therefore, great in bed," he reasoned. "How come the deeply troubled women - you know, deeply, deeply troubled - they're always the best in bed?"
Though he slammed her freckles, and said that he just wasn't that into them, it's better than what he recently had to say about Khloe Kardashian - who he called an ugly "piglet."
Even former costar, Jamie Lee Curtis hopped to Lohan's defense.
She blasted the presidential nominee (gag, cough, choke, death) on Instagram and said, "I am appalled."
"Lindsay needed help and guidance," she blasted.
"Not your gross, lecherous, lewd commentary. You are the Republican nominee for the presidency," she concluded.
She also took her venting to Twitter, and simply said, "How dare you."
How dare he indeed - but he did, and things aren't seeming to go very well for the freak show that we're calling a presidential nominee.
As of today, there are over 12 women that Donald has allegedly harassed, either physically or verbally, and doesn't that say enough?
It should, if you're paying attention, and at this point in the game, there's no excuse for anybody's attention to be directed elsewhere when it comes to this man and his bid for the presidency.
We'd say "he should be ashamed of himself," but we have a feeling that he doesn't even know what that term means.
("Shame," not "himself" - he apparently thinks he's the only one in the universe that matters.)