Lindsay Lohan was ''really hurt'' when a list of her famous former lovers which she had written as an exercise in rehab was made public.
Lindsay Lohan thinks it was ''cruel'' that a list of her famous former lovers was made public.
The 'Mean Girls' actress wrote down stars she claimed to have slept with - including Colin Farrell, Justin Timberlake, The Wanted singer Max George and Coldplay's Guy Berryman - and when the list was made public, it was alleged she had left the note in a bar, but she insists she only wrote down the men's names as part of an exercise in rehab.
She said: ''I wrote it when I was at the Betty Ford (rehab) clinic.
''Writing that was one of my steps in AA (Alcoholics Anonymous).
''The anonymity of that should never have been leaked - someone stole that and put it out.
''And that's a really cruel thing to do.''
The 28-year-old star admitted she was left ''really hurt'' by the publication of something so intimate.
She added in an interview with The Sun newspaper: ''It's a really personal thing that you do with one other person and no one ever sees it.
''So, that really hurt.''
The 'Machete' actress also confirmed recent speculation she is writing an autobiography, but insisted it ''would never'' include details of her sex life.
She added: ''I think it will be more like the 'Harry Potter' series. I won't be able to fit it all in one book.''