Lindsay Lohan Offers Trump Legal Support From

No matter the results of the ongoing Russia investigation, President Donald Trump can rest easy knowing that Lindsay Lohan and have his back.

The 31-year-old actress sent a message to the president using his favorite platform: Twitter. "Hey, @realDonaldTrump heard you need a lawyer," Lohan wrote Wednesday, tagging Trump. "At we are always here for everyone ;)."

For those who haven't been following Lohan's post–Mean Girls career,—an online company that connects people to attorneys—is her latest endeavor. Lohan revealed her partnership with the company last month, becoming's new celebrity face. The announcement was made through an ironic ad in which Lohan cheekily acknowledged her past legal troubles, which include charges of shoplifting, driving under the influence and possession of narcotics.

Now, Lohan is offering the services of to Trump, who is currently involved in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 election. Trump is also facing a lawsuit from former porn star Stormy Daniels, who in 2016 allegedly had a brief affair with Trump that the president denies. She claims the confidentiality agreement she signed in October 2016 is invalid because Trump never signed it. CEO Gerald Gorman told Newsweek that the company stands by Lohan's tweet, but he made clear would not be representing Trump directly, should the president choose to use the company's services. "If Donald Trump wants to take a look, we have the best lawyers in the world in our directory," Gorman said.

Though Lohan may not be aware, Trump already has plenty of legal representation. According to a report from The Week, Trump's longtime lawyer Michael Cohen filed papers on Monday in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles to force Daniels into private arbitration. The day before, his attorney Marc Kasowitz appealed the New York Supreme Court decision allowing former Apprentice contestant Summer Zervos to sue Trump for defamation.

Though Wednesday's tweets seemed to be in jest, Lohan has expressed sympathy for the president in the past. In July 2017, the actress wrote on Twitter that the U.S. population should "stop bullying [Trump] and start trusting him." The tweet has since been deleted.