New York: A planned appearance by Lindsay Lohan at the Toronto International Film Festival has been cancelled at short notice due to scheduling issues.
The 29-year-old "Mean Girls" star was expected to promote her upcoming thriller "Inconceivable" at the annual event by making an appearance at Set nightclub on Sunday, but the party was subsequently scrapped, reported New York Post.
An organiser for the club bash said the gig was pulled because "the timing did not work out for everyone to get to Toronto".
The news sparked speculation the cancellation could be linked to immigration issues, as Canadian border authorities are known for their strict entry requirements, which can prove troublesome for anyone with a criminal record.
A representative for Lohan, who has previously faced charges including driving under the influence, drug possession, theft and probation violation, has yet to respond to the reports.
However, a representative for the film's producers insisted that Lohan was simply too "busy", adding, "I just know she was not able to come (to Canada)."