Wow, this was an unexpected reply. Lindsay Lohan said Thursday that The New York Times was pretty accurate in its long-form piece on the filming of The Canyons, her latest attempt at a comeback. While Lohan insisted she did not drink and drive, as the writer alleges, she said the claims that she was frequently late to the set, was nervous about getting naked, and argued with producers are all true—although she said such things are standard in Hollywood. The Times piece chronicles the making of the troubled film, written by Bret Easton Ellis, directed by Paul Schrader, and costarring porn actor James Deen. In the piece, Schrader defended his casting of Lohan by quoting Ellis’s Daily Beast article about Charlie Sheen.