Lindsay Lohan is currently going through a some troubles at the courthouse. After not showing up for court recently, the actress is now forced to wear a SCRAM bracelet to monitor her alcohol consumption. She's no stranger to the monitoring bracelets, she had to wear one back in 2007.
She’s no stranger to drama, and it sounds like things have taken a turn for the worse for Lindsay Lohan.
The 30-year-old “Mean Girls” actress and her 23-year-old fiancé Egor Tarabasov got into a physical altercation on Saturday morning, prompting Lohan to wake her entire Knightsbridge, London neighborhood by screaming from her balcony.
The Mean Girls actress, who turns 30 on Saturday (July 2), has decided now's the time for her pen a memoir as she's come to a point in her life where she feels comfortable in sharing aspects about her often troubled personal life.
Actress Lindsay Lohan and her fiance Egor Tarabasov proudly walked the red carpet together for the first time at a charity event in London on Wednesday (June 22).
The cute couple first began dating around 10 months ago and although the lovebirds have been sharing their romance with fans in pictures on their social media accounts, they finally decided to make an official public appearance at the Caudwell Children’s Butterfly Ball.
Her life has been full of ups and downs, and now it sounds like Lindsay Lohan is researching religion to help give her a sense of balance and peace.
After being spotted carrying the Koran in New York City last year, the “Mean Girls” actress is reportedly studying the holy book to “learn about different beliefs. Her rep also denied that she’s planning to convert.
She’s been enjoying her new life in London, and Lindsay Lohan told The Sun that she once shot down Harry Styles without even knowing it.
The “Mean Girls” actress explained that the One Direction crooner showed up outside her hotel room one night- "I didn't know it was him. He was in a suit. I said, 'Well, you're very good-looking. Can I help you?' That was it. I was in bed. I was like, 'I'm going to bed but it was nice to meet you.’ It was 2 a.m. I had just come back from an AA meeting. I looked like s--t, too. I was wearing a big hotel robe; I had a slip under it. It was not a good look. It didn't click who he was at the time. I told my sister the next day and she was like, 'Wait, are you kidding me? Do you understand? Do you have his number? Can I have it?'"