'Sex and the City" stud Jason Lewis is slamming the dastardly villain of the same name who tricked Lindsay Lohan into a flirtatious text-message correspondence by pretending to be the famous actor.
"I think Jason Lewis is a creep," the Hollywood hunk told Lowdown, speaking out for the first time about the mystery man who weaseled his way into the 19-year-old Lohan's confidence by calling her hotel a couple of weeks ago, then leading her on with a string of suggestive text messages.
"My take on it is that the guy is a s-y human being," Lewis added as he mingled at Grey Goose Entertainment's screening for the new Sundance Channel show "Iconoclasts." "It's mean. The guy was trying to move up on her and set her up."
The 35-year-old actor, who's starring in "Charmed" when not attached at the hip to girlfriend Rosario Dawson, found out about the other Lewis' antics when Gawker.com posted a lengthy E-mail from the imposter in which he bragged to friends about his tele-affair with Lohan.
"You owe me a phone call … doll," the infamous Lewis apparently wrote in one of more than a dozen back-and-forth texts, to which Lohan replied, "Do I? Am I in trouble? Uh oh … "
The bad Lewis' dreams of meeting Lohan were shattered when she invited him to Bungalow 8 last Friday night, only to discover that he was not the famous actor and send him packing, courtesy of Bungalow's bouncers.
Yesterday, Lohan's rep Leslie Sloane Zelnik confirmed that Lohan had been duped, but insisted that she has no carnal interests in the actor. "Lindsay's very well aware that he's with Rosario and is a big fan of hers," she told Lowdown.
The other Lewis did not respond to detailed messages.