Lindsay Lohan hints at Dubai return

Hollywood wild child reveals she could be heading to the UAE over Twitter
Actress Lindsay Lohan attends the opening. (ITP Images)

Actress Lindsay Lohan attends the opening. (ITP Images)

Troubled actress Lindsay Lohan could be on her way back to the emirates after hinting on Twitter that she might be returning to Dubai in the very near future.

Plagued by a number of court cases, scandals, and financial woes, the former child star gave a tantalizing tweet to fans during the weekend, writing: “Chatting with Sheeraz Hasan about Dubai; looks like I might be making a trip soon.”

Lohan added to the tweet the names of her brother Mike and Dubai’s Virgin Radio host Kris Fade, as well the energy drink she endorses, Mr Pink, fuelling rumours the drink could soon be launched in Dubai.

Hasan is the founder of Dubai TV, as well as Hollywood and Dubai based franchise Millions of Milkshakes, which launched in the UAE in 2011 with the help of Kim Kardashian.

Lohan last visited Dubai in 2008 for the launch part of Atlantis The Palm Jumeirah, but her relationship with the emirate soured in early 2012 when she threatened legal action against a UAE party planning firm for reportedly using her name as one of the celebrities attending its New Year’s Eve event on the Queen Elizabeth 2 ocean liner.

Denying her attendance, the actress claimed Global Event Management infringed her property rights and that any further use of her name in connection with the party would lead to legal proceedings.

Her private life in recent years has also been far from plain sailing, with at least 20 court appearances, five jail sentences, drunk driving convictions, road traffic accidents, assault charges, being placed under house arrest, being given community service, legal battles with her own clothing label, and stints in rehab for addiction to drugs and alcohol.

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