Lindsay Lohan took aim at Jared Leto on Instagram earlier this week, by posting then deleting a collage of the actors who have played The Joker alongside Brandon Lee, and accusing the Suicide Squad star of basing his whole career on The Crow.

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The collage featured Leto as The Joker in Suicide Squad, Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight and Jack Nicholson in 1989’s Batman, as well as the late Brandon Lee in The Crow. According to Perez Hilton, the actress captioned the post: “Who wore it better? Who based his whole music and film career on the film, The Crow?”

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She also quoted the 1994 film writing: "Every man's got a devil, and you can't rest until you find him.” The actress went on to tell her followers not to go see the Suicide Squad movie, adding: "a suicide squad movie is not helping the world but hurting people. Anger is not an answer for peace. #love #turnup #beherenow#lovenotwar”.

It’s unclear why Lohan decided to come for Leto, who she was once rumoured to be dating back in 2006, after they starred together in Chapter 27. The actress also failed to recognise that Jack Nicholson played The Joker in 1989, five years before The Crow’s release.

While she later deleted the post, Lohan has since posted a rather bizarre tribute to the victims of recent terrorist attacks. In a post reminiscent of Mischa Barton earlier this month (who tried to pay tribute to Alton Sterling by posting a photo of herself in a bikini on a yacht), Lohan shared an image of herself pouting on a bed wearing pyjama shorts and a vest.

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“If history were to be folded ... Where would we put the crease?” she captioned the image. “Pray for the ones we lose everyday and appreciate every breathe you we all take #nice #turkey #turnup and do something (goodnight and sleep with an idea for the future).”