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Thursday 28 May 2015

Lindsay Lohan not doing weddings

Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan is reportedly not at all interested in appearing at special functions for money.

The struggling actress apparently had an unpaid tax bill of $233,904 for 2009 and 2010 and owes more for 2011.

Page Six reported last week that 123 Talent, an entertainment company, is representing Lindsay and attempting to book her for private special events like Bar Mitzvahs and weddings.

TMZ claims that Lindsay is irate with the operation, as she believes her acting career is still promising despite lacklustre reviews of her work in Lifetime movie Liz & Dick.

Lindsay evidently never hired 123 Talent and said that the email marketing blast was "bogus".

"[Lindsay] decided to go in another direction," the 123 Talent CEO told the website.

"Unfortunately, we are not working with Lindsay Lohan."

Lindsay also has mounting legal bills to attend to, as she is facing criminal charges in Los Angeles and New York.

The actress announced that she would be selling some of her clothes and other personal items to garner cash.

Lindsay may lose some of the family heirlooms and expensive couture clothes she has in storage due to her failure to make payments.

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