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Thursday 25 December 2014

LiLo 'low on dough'

LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 07: Lindsay Lohan attends Gabrielle's Gala at Old Billingsgate Market on May 7, 2014 in London, England.  Gabrielle's Gala is an annual fundraiser in aid of Gabrielle's Angel Foundation for Cancer.  (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images)
Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan is said to be running low on funds during her stay in London.

The 28-year-old star has become an honorary Brit following her relocation to London, where she is set to appear in the West End production of Speed-The-Plow in September. Since arriving in the capital Lindsay has made her presence known, choosing the exclusive Chiltern Firehouse as her regular hotspot.

But it seems things aren't as fun as they look on the surface, with reports that the actress is struggling with money.

"She's worried about her lack of funds, but she relies on her close group of friends to keep her lifestyle going," a source told British magazine Closer. "She often gets her publicist to call clubs to blag her a free table but as time goes on, fewer and fewer clubs are willing to do it. She's also pals with Topshop heiress Clue Green and calls on her for freebie clothes."

It was only last year Lindsay had a court-ordered stint in rehab, and she has since opened up about her troubles on her reality show for Oprah Winfrey's OWN channel. Despite having reportedly made drastic changes to her life after staying in the facility, those close to the star are said to be worried about her again.

"Lindsay's inner circle know she's been partying too much. She's staying in an apartment in Mayfair, a stone's throw away from celeb haunt Chiltern Firehouse and often goes out there. Her close friends fear she's falling back into bad habits and keep telling her she's alienating both directors and producers with her behaviour," the source added.

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