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Saturday 27 December 2014

Lindsay Lohan to pen autobiography

Lindsay Lohan is to write a book about her life
Lindsay Lohan is to write a book about her life

Lindsay Lohan apparently wants Fifty Shades author EL James to help her write her autobiography.

The Mean Girls actress, 28, wants to pen a tell-all memoir and has already met with publishers.

And it seems she thinks James, who wrote the steamy Fifty Shades Of Grey novels about a raunchy relationship between a billionaire and a young student, would be the perfect ghost writer, reported The Sun.

A source said: "Lindsay held meetings at major publishing houses in London recently - and the stories she promised the literary agents made their jaws drop."

The insider went on: "Lindsay is now looking for a ghost writer. It may seem unlikely, but she thinks she's in with a shot of getting EL James to work on it - they met recently at the Chiltern Firehouse and got on well.

"Another pie in the sky idea was that she might persuade JK Rowling to work with her."

Li-Lo - who is rebuilding her career following a series of legal and personal troubles, including addiction issues and stints in rehab - is set to make her stage debut in London's West End in Speed-The-Plow later this year.

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