New York: Lydia Hearst-Shaw has dismissed rumours that she is acting in a flick inspired by the life of troubled actress Lindsay Lohan.
The heiress and model took to Twitter to dismiss reports that she was starring in "Dogs in Pocketbooks," a script by Charles Casillo that he claimed was based on the life of the troubled red-headed star.
"My hair is Red because I am the new face of Schwarzkopf color," the New York Daily News quoted her as saying.
"I am a model. I dyed my hair to front the campaign."
The 26-year-old great grandaughter of William Randolph Hearst later added that she is currently working on Bernard Rose`s "Two Jacks" and a movie called "Catwalk."
"Thank you all for your messages of encouragement during my transition into acting," she tweeted.
"I truly love and appreciate it. At this time I am Not officially signed onto any other projects. Thank you," she added.
Hearst-Shaw`s agent said on Tuesday that she was offered the role of a rehab-hopping movie star, but had "no knowledge of the project nor any ties to Lindsay Lohan."