Lindsay Lohan has been tagging along with the Wanted while they hit their tour stops and it might be a good thing for her since she can barely pay her $8,000 rent on her Beverly Hills mansion according to TMZ. Lohan signed the lease in February when she had some acting gigs coming in, but now has been struggling to pay…the IRS seized her bank accounts for failing to pay her taxes. She tried to get out of her lease and move out but was told she would have to pay a huge penalty for breaking the lease. She may try to head back to NY when her lease is up.
Lindsay also gave some trouble to Bravo after they filmed an episode of “Million Dollar Decorators” and they spent $200,000 on furniture and housewares in exchange for Lohan’s appearance on the show. She even spent a few days with the film crew only to stop returning their calls when it was time for the reveal.
Lindsay Lohan nearly torpedoed her episode of “Million Dollar Decorators” on Bravo — after the network spent roughly $200,000 renovating Lindsay’s Beverly Hills mansion — because TMZ has learned she refused to film the big reveal moment for the show.
Sources close to Lindsay tell us she agreed to film the segment for the show earlier this year — and in exchange, the people behind MDD spent $200,000 on expensive furniture and other trappings for her house … which Lindsay’s now renting for $8,000 a month.
We’re told Lindsay was initially cooperative — filming a furniture shopping segment back in March and spending several more days shooting in the home before the renovations.
The show then went to work on the house — filming the entire renovation process — but when it came time to shoot the big reveal in April, Lindsay stopped returning their calls.
Lindsay’s since been living in the house — and according to sources, the home is now so messy … it’s completely unfilmable.
We’re told MDD producers have since decided to use canned post-renovation footage (without Lindsay) as the big reveal moment.
Calls to the network were not returned. The episode’s scheduled to air early next year.
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