Lindsay Lohan may be in Playboy — now use your imagination
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Lindsay Lohan may soon grace the pages of Playboy, if reports out Monday and Tuesday are on target.
Now, nobody’s confirming whether the actress who once said she wouldn’t do a nude scene had changed her mind on the naked-for-my-art front, but she was in fact spotted heading into a Beverly Hills mansion for a photo shoot her mom later said ‘went well.’
If the Playboy deal is real, Lohan should soon have a few more bucks to put toward the court-ordered counseling her lawyer said the actress couldn’t afford — like, more than 750,000 bucks but less than a million of ‘em, according to TMZ.
Lohan’s current rep, Steve Honig, had a ‘no comment’ for the Ministry, after telling E! News he could ‘neither confirm or deny at this time’ what his client was up to. The actress went to a Beverly Hills mansion Monday for what a source told E! was the first day of a two-day, top-secret, non-nude spread for the January issue of the mag.
‘The photo shoot went well,’ mom Dina Lohan said Tuesday to X17 Online, which had pictures of Lilo arriving at the mansion, allegedly with younger sis Ali in tow.
Last week, attorney Shawn Chapman Holley told Judge Stephanie Sautner that Lohan’s problems completing probation as ordered stemmed in part from the reality that job opportunities for the actress and model, who supports her family, were primarily overseas. And Angelenos do go to all lengths to shorten their commutes, right?
The men’s magazine previously pursued its dream of a nude Lohan in 2009, offering a million bucks and getting a ‘not considering it at this time’ in return, a former spokeswoman told Gossip Cop that September.
Her ‘Machete’ character’s topless scenes in 2010 reportedly were the work of a nipple-baring body double.
‘I’m not going to do a nude scene,’ Lohan told ‘Access Hollywood’ in 2005. ‘Then there’s no mystery for my private life.’ In the years that would follow, various of her body parts would be caught flashing and slipping by paparazzi cameras, but while promoting ‘Herbie: Fully Loaded,’ she said, ‘I think there’s other things you can do to show people you have talent.’
— Christie D'Zurilla