All right, I’m only going to say this one more time because we need to put this into context: Lindsay Lohan made $2 Million last year, the producers of Liz & Dick paid off her Chateau Marmont bill even after she pulled out of her agreed upon Barbara Walters interview, and recently, Charlie Sheen gave her $100,000 for absolutely no reason whatsoever. So no, I can’t really feel all that bad about how Lindsay is complaining to TMZ that she can barely pay her $8,000 rent.
According to our sources, Lindsay has been scraping together the money to pay her $8,000 rent. We’re told Lindsay signed the lease on the home back in February … when her career was on the upswing and the money seemed to be rolling in. But according to our sources, when Lindsay’s finances took a turn for the worse (like when the IRS seized her bank accounts) she began doing whatever she could to make rent each month, often hitting up friends for money. Lindsay tried to get out of the lease and move out early, but we’re told the owners of the home told LiLo the penalty for breaking the lease was MASSIVE. So Lindsay is making it work until the lease is over in February and LiLo is telling friends she’ll then look for a place in New York.
Oh darn, the jar of f–ks I could give is empty. I’ll have to pick some up later, while I’m out shopping for the world’s tiniest violin. Seriously, once again, LiLo made TWO MILLION DOLLARS last year. TWO MILLION. There are millions of people who make barely a fraction of that, and they still manage to pay their rent on time because they can actually take personal responsibility for themselves. Actually, you know what? If Lindsay just paid for the entire year’s worth of rent upfront, she’d still have $1,904,000 left-over for the year. So no, I don’t feel bad for you Lindsay. If you can’t find a way to live off of $1,904,000 a year, you need serious friggin’ help.