In his latest short story penned for Vice, titled Bungalow 89, the actor recalls his time living at West Hollywood's Chateau Marmont for nine months while his home was being renovated.
"The Chateau was her home, and the staff were her servants. She got my room key. One night she came in at 3 AM. I woke up on the couch, trying not to look surprised. Instead of f--king her, I read her a short story about a neglected daughter," he wrote.
"Every night Lindsay looked for me."
Franco initially identifies the main character in his story as "a Hollywood girl," and then just Lindsay before he comes out and name drops the troubled actress.
And while the short story is in the fiction issue of the magazine, it's safe to say that the tale sounds almost identical to Franco's previous comments about LiLo.
"I don't know what to say other than we were at this hotel during a very dark period of her history and I think she liked, it seemed pretty damn clear, that she liked me," Franco said during the radio program.
"She even broke into my room one time, because she was so at home there I guess they just gave her a key. I was on the couch and I opened my eyes and there's Lindsay in my room at 3 a.m."