Earlier this week, Lindsay Lohan’s supposed “ex list” was posted recently in In Touch Weekly, prompting a storm of media coverage. It wasn’t the classiest of moves, but, judging by the lack of legal action on the part of Lohan, the list was legit – or, at the very least, she doesn’t have a problem with it going public. The list reportedly features 36 Hollywood heartthrobs (more or less), however some of the names have been blurred out, presumably for legal reasons. The names allegedly range from Justin Timberlake and Jamie Dornan to Zac Efron and James Franco.

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Will Lohan's "ex list" rock the boat of her recovery?

The widespread reactions have ranged from E!’s “Go girl! Sex positive!” to tweets like “I wish my hookup list was as interesting at Lindsay Lohan's because DAMN GIRL”. But of course, the inevitable wave of shamers was… well, inevitable. We’ll refrain from posting them here due to questionable language, but a Twitter search can help with that.

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What does this mean for her supposed comeback?

So far, none of the people on the list have commented on it, but then again, unlike Lindsay, they don’t have brand new reality shows on OWN to promote. Not that we’re saying the timing is related or anything. The question now is, how will the list affect Lohan’s career? So far, it’s increased her media presence, if anything. But with OWN’s docu-series Lindsay apparently going for a redemption story, the list might put a spanner in the works.

As for her career revival, apparently a role on the Kat Dennings sitcom 2 Broke Girls is next on Lohan’s list.