‘2 Broke Girls’ Stars Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs Back Lindsay Lohan!

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By charmaine corne clutton | March 18, 2014 12:25 PM EST

Lindsay Lohan was currently a guest star on the sitcom "2 Broke Girls," and a story on the controversial star by "Contact Music" said that the star acted unprofessional and was a wreck on the set of the sitcom. Backing up the former troubled star was Kat Dennings and Beth Behr who both said that the story held no truth at all.

The story had said that Lohan was a "train wreck" on the show and could not even remember her lines. Dennings, who plays Max on the story had spoke up to clear the story saying, "This article is complete bullshit. Lindsay was prepared, sweet to everyone, & professional," Dennings tweeted. "Not nice to spread lies."

Kat Dennings' co-star in the sitcom, Beth Behr also commented on the article saying that the story wasn't even close to what really took place on set saying that Lohan, "was kind to everyone, professional and knew her shit."

Celebuzz had also shown photos in which the star had posted on her Instagram account where she was having fun in the show. Lohan has been the topic in most articles since her list of the men she has slept with over the years was published by "In Touch" magazine. The list, which includes various celebrities such as Zac Efron, Justin Timberlake, Jamie Dornan and even Collin Farrel, is now a list which people are criticizing if true or not. Knowing Lohan's crazy character and past it may seem that the list is legit and that many of the celebs are not too happy about it being publicized.

Justin Timberlake's wife, Jessica Biel is none too happy about knowing that her husband had slept with the former child star, Lindsay Lohan.

Do you think that Lohan has finally cleaned up her act and is now getting back to her acting career? We all hope so because Lohan is set to be part of the upcoming "Mean Girls 2."

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