Lindsay Lohan snubs $200k offer to host Dubai party

Troubled actress was in line to promote Mr Pink's Ginseng Energy Drink in glitzy emirate
Lindsay Lohan has turned down a US$200,000 offer to promote Mr Pink’s Ginseng Energy Drink (Getty Images).
By Arabian Business
Wed 20 Feb 2013 10:15 AM

Lindsay Lohan has turned
down a US$200,000 offer to promote Mr Pink’s Ginseng Energy Drink in Dubai,
believing she is worth at least double the amount, it was reported.

The troubled actress, who is
reported to be living with her mother due to her financial constraints, wants
US$500,000 for the appearance, a source told gossip website RadarOnline.com.

“Lindsay wants US$500,000
for an appearance in Dubai to promote Mr Pink's Ginseng Energy Drink, which
executives at the company are balking at,” a source said.

“Mr Pink is prepared to
offer the actress US$200k, and would pay for all of LiLo's travel expenses.

“Lindsay is very upset about
her financial woes and doesn't trust her new lawyer, Mark Heller, to handle the
Dubai travel problem,” the source added.

The 26-year old actress is
said to be struggling to support herself financially and was forced to return
to her childhood home last month because she couldn’t afford to continue
renting her apartment in Hollywood.

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