Lindsay Lohan is not afraid of little people, despite a recent report that says otherwise.
The denial of this fear comes in the wake of a Life & Style story that claimed the redheaded actress suffers from achondroplasiaphobia, a "fear of short people."
"In 2006, at the Chateau Marmont, she was with pals when two little people walked by and she started having a major anxiety attack!" a source told the mag about the 27-year-old starlet. "She hyperventilated," the insider added. "Someone had to give her an anti-anxiety pill to calm her down. She kept saying, ‘I'm so scared of them!'"
Little People of America, a nonprofit organization that "provides support and information to people of short stature," responded to the mag and offered some advice for LiLo.
"Lohan should treat her fear the same as she would a fear of any other protected minority population. If that fails, she might find diversity training to be useful."
Except she doesn't need any help because this phobia is untrue.
"Lindsay loves all people," a rep for Lohan told E! News.
—Additional reporting by Baker Machado