Lindsay Lohan Owes $365,000 For A Book She Never Wrote
On Thursday, September 10, publisher HarperCollins filed a complaint in the New York Supreme court against Lindsay Lohan. The actress didn't return the $365,000 advance for the book she never wrote.
Documents published by USA Today indicate that Lohan and her company Crossheart Productions signed a million-dollar contract in 2014. A year later, the actress's memoir, based on a diary she kept during her time in rehab in 2013, was due to go on sale. "This is an autobiography, but in a small volume. There was an initial interest in the book, but he was already asleep. There is a concern that Lindsay will not reach the end as an author, " the publication's sources told PageSix at the time. Apparently, their intuition did not fail them — over the next two years, Lohan did not submit any manuscripts or drafts.
In 2018, the publisher terminated the contract with the actress and requested a refund of the advance. But there was no reaction from either Lohan or her representatives. After waiting patiently for two years, HarperCollins decided to go to court.