Lindsay Lohan Calls Sex List 'Humiliating'

"I don't want a part in it," she said.

April 17, 2014 — -- The world will get to see what it's like to have a racy story spin out of control, as Lindsay Lohan tries to cope with an alleged sex list that gets published in a magazine on the 2-hour conclusion of her OWN series "Lindsay."

In a preview clip of Sunday's finale obtained by E!, Lohan says "The story's on Page Six [of the New York Post] right now. That actually really is annoying right now. It's f***ed up. And I don't want a part in it."

She adds, "The fact that that happened was not only humiliating, but just mean."

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A list the 27-year-old actress supposedly kept was published earlier in the year, including A-list conquests like James Franco, who denied the report.

Lohan also shows her struggle to stay clean and sober in the video.

"It's a really f***ed disease and it's really scary," she says of being an alcoholic.

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The actress also realized how much her off-screen distractions have threatened her career.

"I've seen all of these other actresses do all these other things and then just realizing, 'Oh s**t, I don't have that anymore,'" she says.

"Lindsay" airs Sunday at 9 p.m. EST on OWN.