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Lindsay Lohan Sued: Man Makes Crazy Claims Actress 'Might Be A Hooker'

Lindsay Lohan Sued

First Posted: 01/18/12 11:42 AM ET Updated: 01/18/12 11:42 AM ET

With the exception of a small tax mishap, Lindsay Lohan has been staying out of trouble. In fact, at her progress hearing yesterday, Judge Stephanie Sautner told Lohan to "just keep doing what you're doing, you appear to be doing it well."

The last thing the 25-year-old actress needs is crazy allegations and frivolous lawsuits thrown her way. TMZ reports, that Lohan was served with a lawsuit from a man who believes he played a role in killing Osama bin Laden.

According to court documents obtained by TMZ -- 12 pages of completely incoherent ramblings -- Thomas A. Green is suing Lohan for $300,000 for "unfair business practices" -- alleging that Lohan contacted him through Facebook and led him to believe she would participate in some kind of online business he wanted to create.

Green claims he is a former U.S. Marine and says he recently spent time in a homeless shelter due to a "depreciated stage of delusion and hallucinations."

From what we can decipher, it appears that Green believes he began corresponding with Lohan on Facebook on July 18, 2010, and makes references to both public Facebook and Twitter messages the actress had posted in an effort raise awareness and funds for the disaster in the Gulf Coast.

Green seems to claim was duped by Lohan and when he pressed her about her true intentions, he uncovered a conspiracy about the killing of bin Laden. In the suit, he writes "[Green] set out to command [Lohan] to twitter and stated if [Lohan] acknowledges this is an Osoma Bin Ladden (sic) op all civillians in past wrong doings will receive clemency."

Near the end of the suit he writes, "[Lohan] might be a high end prostitute," and seems to believe that Lohan is responsible for him being "stuck in Colorado with no money or set income and a bank account closed."

It's almost certain Green's suit will be tossed out of court, but it's probably not making Lohan feel any safer. On New Year's day, a man named Lonnie Short showed up at Lohan's Venice Beach home and demanded to speak to her. Lucky for Lohan, Short was convicted of trespassing and a judge issued a restraining order, mandating that he stay away from Lohan for two years.

More bizarre allegations made against celebrities:

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  • Britney Spears

    Yes, Britney Spears had a breakdown in 2008. But despite the standoff with police at her Beverly Hills home (and the head-shaving incident), allegations in 2010 made by her former body guard seem unbelievable. Fernando Flores filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the singer, alleging intentionally inflicted emotional distress. The lawsuit claimed that Spears exposed herself to Flores and summoned him to her bedroom while she was naked. He also claimed that Britney had once borrowed his belt to discipline her children. Social workers who investigated the validity of the claim, found there was "absolutely no truth to the accusations." Despite those findings, in September 2011 Flores filed <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/09/21/britney-spears-child-abuse-allegations_n_973838.html" target="_hplink">even more bizarre</a> accusations -- one alleging that Britney denied her sons medical treatment after feeding them crabmeat and ignoring their life-threatening seafood allergies.

  • Justin Bieber

    Although the results of the paternity test aren't in yet, we're 99.9 % sure that Justin Bieber is not the father of Mariah Yeater's baby. Is it crazy to think that Justin Bieber would hook up with a fan back stage? Not really, when you remember stories of sexcapes from other former teen heartthrobs, but 20-year-old Yeater's account of how she was plucked from the crowd at one of Bieber's concerts and taken backstage reads like fan fiction. Yeater alleged in the lawsuit that once backstage she and Bieber moved to a bathroom so they could be alone and his "personality drastically changed." According to Yeater's lawsuit, Bieber, "Began touching me and repeatedly said he wanted to f**k the sh*t out of you. At the time I asked him to put a condom on for protection, but he insisted that he did not want to ... Justin Bieber then quickly took off my clothes and we had sex. He was on top of me and with my legs around him." The alleged encounter only lasted 30 seconds and at that time it was clear to Yeater that Bieber was embarrassed and did not want to exchange phone numbers.

  • P. Diddy

    In February 2011, Valerie Joyce Wilson Turks, accused P. Diddy, the mother of his children, Kim Porter, and Rodney King of being responsible for the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center. In the <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/01/28/diddy-sued-for-1-trillion-woman-claims-date-rape-911-responsibility_n_815254.html" target="_hplink">lawsuit Turk claimed</a>: "[Diddy] went through Kim Porter and Rodney King and knocked down the WTC and then they all came and knocked my children down... He date raped me 24 years ago and knocked me down him and Kim Porter and Wallace Wright, then Sean Combs and Kim and Wallace Wright came back 18 years later and raped and sexually abused my children and knocked my children down and crushed me and my children daily." Turks' lawsuit included numerous other claims and requested that the court award her <strong>one trillion dollars</strong>!

  • Britney Spears

    In November 2009, Courtney Love made a bizarre rant on her Facebook page, accusing Britney Spears' father Jamie of molesting his daughter. On Facebook, Courtney wrote the following incoherent message: "britneys dad molested her , imagine the father that molested you owning you for slavery while your forced to sing songs picked for thier sexual content every night, insane right? i have it on First had authority, and fight as hard as she is and does she still didnt pull that card, its a pride thing i can relate to, However they want to play dirty, lets go, Im SO not affraid of the little trolls who hit this when i was f***** up who are called lawyers. lets GO."

  • Angelina Jolie

    Angelina Jolie's former assistant alleges the actress is still fascinated by blood. The former employee makes the crazy claim that Jolie saves her kid's discarded bandages in a jar. The source also tries to make the claim that Jolie works out for hours in her basement seem strange. We can't say we're surprised that after giving birth to three of her own kids, Jolie works out to keep her A-list body red carpet ready.

  • Lady Gaga

    Reality tv dating contestant <a href="http://blogs.westword.com/backbeat/2010/06/tila_tequila_on_the_illuminati.php" target="_hplink">Tila Tequila accused Lady Gaga </a>of being part of a world-wide conspiracy known as the Illuminati. In a blog post that she has since removed, Tila wrote about Gaga and other A-listers: "RARELY ANY CELEB WILL SPEAK OF IT BECAUSE THEY ARE EITHER APART OF IT, OR THEY JUST DON'T WANT TO GET IN TROUBLE OR WORSE, GET KILLED LIKE ALL THE REST OF OUR GREATEST LEADERS IN THE PAST WHO SPOKE OUT ABOUT "THE OTHERS" AND DIED FOR IT!"

  • Jennifer Hudson

    Actress Jennifer Hudson was also accused of being a member of the Illuminati. She was quick to quash those ridiculous rumors. "I'm so glad someone brought this Illuminati mess up because only a child of God would address it," she said during a Ustream session. "That is the most ignorant thing I have ever heard in my life. And it's offensive because basically what? The people that are here today don't deserve to be where they are? What, we didn't work for it? So I find -- and I hate to go there -- but I find it's those that can't make it that would probably join Illuminati, or whoever that is, to get somewhere," she told her fans.

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