If you've read the recent New York Times Magazine profile of Lindsay Lohan, you may have wondered how the actress feels about the piece. Well, wonder no more, because, according to sources, she's fine with it.
Despite what many would say is a brutally honest portrait of Lohan's troubled career, sources tell TMZ that the "Mean Girls" actress acknowledges that the details in the story are true. Those close to Lohan say she admits to having been late to the set of "The Canyons," nervous to get undressed and argumentative with producers. The one thing sources say she adamantly rejects, however, is the portion in which she reportedly drinks and drives.
Lohan says most of what the story describes is standard practice in Hollywood, but she insists the drinking-and-driving portion is malarkey. Lohan claims she did not drink on set and then drive a car afterward, one of the article's several instances of Lohan wreaking havoc while shooting the movie. TMZ reports that friends of Lohan said the actress feels she is more responsible than that.
Lohan reportedly is not mad about the story, which chronicles the filming of the salacious Bret Easton Ellis-penned movie as it revolves around Lohan's notorious troubles. She says she's already been approached by "Canyons" director Paul Schrader to star in another of his movies.