Linsday Lohan landed in hot water after allegedly failing to write a manuscript for which she was paid to write years ago.
The publishing house HarperCollins is suing the actress for $365,000 for allegedly breaching a 2014 contract, as being reported by media.
HarperCollins now seek for the damages in the amount of the advance, as well as legal fees and court costs.
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According to court documents obtained by ET, the lawsuit claims Lohan, along with her company Crossheart Productions, entered into a book deal with HarperCollins, and was expected to submit a manuscript the following year.
The lawsuit claims that “by failing to return the money to the Plaintiff upon the Defendants’ breach of the agreement, the Defendants have received a windfall and have been unjustly enriched.”
As being reported, Lohan was given a two-year extension on her due date, but that the agreed-upon work was never delivered. Subsequently, HarperCollins claims they notified Lohan’s representatives that the contract was terminated, and demanded her to return the advance.