"If someone wants to do that for their own reasons there's nothing to say, I'm not in their head. [However] I would never do that. I didn't read it," she said.
"When I started working we didn't have Twitter, we didn't have any of this s--t, it's a different world now. We didn't have Instagram, we didn't have camera phones for God's sake. It's really different now."
She also explained how keeping a close circle of friends in her life has helped give her the support system she needs.
"I'm fine with having very few friends because I can trust them with my life and they are there for me if I need them. My friends don't bring stuff up to be because they are with me and they know the truth and they know what's happened, and why bring up something that might hurt your friend, so I don't pay attention to it."
Lohan also opened up about the recent list that was made public, documenting her past conquests in full.
"That's one of the hardest [things], that's something that is uncomfortable to have to say to anyone, let alone for it to be posted everywhere, so it's not a joke. It wasn't funny, it was cruel. It's bad karma for whoever [released] it. It was s--tty."