Hollywood Trash

There All Kinds of Trouble on the Set of Lindsay Lohan's New Movie


Since LINDSAY LOHAN started filming the Lifetime movie "Liz & Dick", she has already rammed a Porsche into the back of a dump truck and received a visit from paramedics due to "exhaustion".  So are things really going off the rails again?

Maybe.  A source tells the "National Enquirer", "Most days she shows up two hours late and she rarely knows her lines.  A production assistant has to feed them to her.  She's completely unfocused and she keeps running over to the director, but he doesn't have a clue how to handle her.  The footage so far has been just awful."

Another source claims Lindsay is clashing with her co-star GRANT BOWLER, who's playing RICHARD BURTON to her ELIZABETH TAYLOR.  Apparently, Lindsay felt that she deserved a bigger leading man, so she's had it in for Grant from the start. 

A source says, "The crew is fed up with Lindsay because they have to spend so much time dealing with her diva antics and, in turn, trying to soothe Grant’s battered ego." 

Yet another source claims Lindsay is smoking two packs of cigarettes day, "Literally every time she finishes a scene she lights up another cigarette.  You can hear the crew saying, 'That's cut, get a cigarette for Lindsay.'"



The Person Who Called 911 for Lindsay Lohan's Bout with "Exhaustion" Suggested a Possible Life-Threatening Situation

The 911 call from the day paramedics visited LINDSAY LOHAN'S hotel room for "exhaustion" has been released.  And maybe Lindsay was more than just tired.  The person who made the call was a male nurse employed by the production company that's making her movie.  And he called the situation a Code 3, which means it was possibly LIFE-THREATENING.  He told the operator, "It's serious.  It's a Code 3."  (You can listen to the call here.)

This guy went to Lindsay's hotel room to check on her and didn't get a response.  But when paramedics showed up, they decided everything was cool.  Lindsay didn't even need to be hospitalized.  So just because he called the situation serious at the time doesn't mean it actually WAS.  He may have overreacted.