December 6th, 2012
06:00 PM ET
Lindsay Lohan's latest brush with the law apparently hasn't dampened her social life.
The 26-year-old starlet was seen in Philadelphia on Wednesday night, hanging out backstage at Q102's Jingle Ball concert, where The Wanted were performing.
The "Glad You Came" crooners are said to be the same boy band that Lohan was spending time with when she was arrested in connection with an alleged early morning fight at a New York City nightclub last week.
According to radio station Q102, it was Grammy nominee Ed Sheeran who spilled the beans that LiLo was in the house. The actress was reportedly spotted signing autographs before heading into a catering room along with The Wanted.
The band members themselves have made it clear that they're Team Lindsay, as Jay McGuiness sported a "Free Lindsay" t-shirt when the group next took the stage after the alleged incident.
"It was very odd," McGuiness told MTV of the reported conflict. "We actually carried on partying after that. It was reported that [the fight] was about [bandmate] Max [George], but I don't think it actually was. But [Lohan] was a total sweetheart on the night, so our experience is quite positive."
He crafted the "Free Lindsay" tee on the fly, McGuiness continued, in an effort to lift Lohan's spirits.
"I'm a little bit of an artist, so I got the old Sharpie out," he told MTV. "And, yeah, after a small scuffle that went down, I felt very sorry for her. I wanted to cheer her up and I think she said she liked it, right?"
Meanwhile, another boy bander isn't being quite as supportive. Backstreet Boys member Brian Littrell, who's open about his faith as a Christian, was asked by TMZ whether he included Lohan on his prayer list.
"Unfortunately, no," Littrell responded. "I'm probably breaking a lot of ministers' hearts right now. It's like, 'He's a Christian, he should pray for everybody.' But I don't ... she's not in my prayers at night. I'm sorry."
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