Lindsay Lohan Opens Nightclub, While Landlord Says She Owes Him $95K

While Lindsay Lohan moves forward with a new nightclub, and a German energy drink she wants to share with Syrian refugees in Turkey, her London landlord says that she owes him nearly $100,000, and her former fiance is calling her a thief, and wants her arrested. The question is, which part is true, is Lindsay Lohan in financial dire straits, or is she becoming a business woman?

Lindsay Lohan had just announced that her nightclub was opening in Athens, Greece, when she then said that she was partnering with a German company to promote an energy drink, reported the Inquisitr. Lohan says she will also serve the energy drink at her nightclub, Lohan. While the Athens nightclub opened last week, Lindsay Lohan also wants to open nightclubs in Istanbul and New York.

While Lindsay Lohan seemed to be moving in the right direction last year, sources say she is back in the land of shady deals. Lohan was engaged to Egor Tarabasov, but now, she says that Tarabasov is broke, and forced her to buy her own engagement ring. Lohan also says that Tarabasov physically abused her, according to Radar Online.

But now, Lindsay Lohan's London landlord says that she must either pay $95,000, or appear in a London court for bankruptcy. The deadline is November 8.


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Sources close to Lohan says that this isn't her first time in a financial pickle.

"Lindsay is in an absolute mess. She has blown virtually all her money, and has basically resigned herself to being declared bankrupt. The whole situation is incredibly tragic, and for Lindsay this is an astonishing fall from grace."

Her landlord claims that she hasn't paid rent in six months for her flat in the Knightsbridge area in London.

Another problem nipping at Lohan's heels is ex-fiance Egor Tarabasov, who wants back some of the things he says Lohan owes him. Tarabasov says that Lohan stole some jewelry and designer clothing, and he wants her arrested for theft.

But while Lindsay Lohan insists that everything is looking up, she is being served with legal documents. Lohan was one of the world's best-paid actresses, but now she is short on work, and long on debts, says the Daily Mail. Her ex, Egor Tarabasov, says that she walked away with $24,000 of his property, including a Rolex watch, and a gold crucifix. Bottom line, he wants his stuff back. Sources close to Tarabasov say that the two cannot come to an agreement about the items.

"The thing he really wants back and which, ironically, is of very little monetary value, is a small gold Russian orthodox cross which was given to him by his dead godfather."

Tarabasov and Lohan were living in the flat in Knightsbridge, but it is believed that she is the legal tenant. This is not the first time that Lohan has found herself in financial difficulties. For a while, she was living at the Chateau Marmont for around $300,000 a year, but had to ask friends for money after she couldn't pay her rent in a Beverly Hills mansion.

It has been years since Lindsay Lohan had a substantial film role. Lohan is hoping that her new nightclub chain takes off, but until that venture starts to make some money, Lindsay will have to find another way to settle her current debts.

Do you think that Lindsay Lohan's landlord and ex-fiance will take her to court?

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