New York: Possibly banned from India for visa violations and her remarks on child labour and from all famous nightclubs in Los Angeles for her drunkenness, Hollywood`s once golden girl Lindsay Lohan is broke, $600,000 in debt and spends her time sleeping out her days and partying at nights.
Looks like the star of "Mean Girls", who has been to rahab thrice since 2007, is heading into it once again.
The troubled 25-year-old Hollywood star, who has been banned from high-end nightclubs in Hollywood town, Madonna`s VIP area at the Meatpacking District`s Boom Boom Room, from Avenue on the far West Side, and, possibly, from the entire nation of India after making false claims regarding child labor, has no roles lines up, says the New York Post. According to the tabloid, Lohan is $600,000 in debt and spends days sleeping and nights partying.
It says Lindsay whiles away her time these days by stalking her ex-girlfriend Samantha Ronson, ditching court dates, tweeting the details of her dysfunctional family and her permanent state of victimhood, and getting photographed while stumbling out of nightclubs and into cacti and other plant life.
The Post quotes a source close the bad girl as saying that "Lindsay appeared wasted all day Friday`` during last weekend`s Coachella music festival in California. "She looked a mess. Her hair was lanky, she`s too thin, and her eyes were glazed. She kept losing her temper over the slightest thing,`` the source has been quoted as saying. Just a day before the music festival she was caught drinking vodka and smoking at Bar 210 in Beverly Hills where her ex-girlfriend Samantha Ronson was DJ`ing.
"She will look you in the eye and say, `I`ve only taken cocaine twice and I`m not a big drinker.` And even when you say, `Come on Lindsay, we know that`s not true,` she will continue to lie. Or you get accused of negativity. You can`t win; it`s a pointless conversation,`` the source told the Post.
Some newspapers reported last month that Lindsay faces ban from entering India for shooting for a film on child labour while still on a tourist visa to the country.
Under Indian laws, a work visa is required for any non-tourist activity. She also outraged Indian social activists for claiming her role in freeing child workers in Delhi. These activists say she was nowhere near when 40 child workers were saved from sweat shops in the Indian capital.