Lindsay Lohan Says ‘I Don’t Do Bar Mitzvahs’ Even Though She Is Broke

Lindsay Lohan Says ‘I Don’t Do Bar Mitzvahs’ Even Though She Is Broke
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13-year-old Jewish boys will have to come of age without Lindsay Lohan’s help as the actress claims she does not do Bar Mitzvahs, despite recent claims by a talent agency trying to offer her time for small-scale appearances.

A North Carolina company called 123 Talent recently sent out mass emails, offering to book Lindsay for personal appearances, weddings, and Bar Mitzvahs.

A booking fee isn’t listed on the message, but Lindsay’s film credits are “The Parent Trap,” “I Know Who Killed Me,” and a Disney movie with Tyra Banks called “Life-Size.”

And now, Lindsay’s upset, insisting her career hasn’t reached the depths where she’d be forced to do anything like a Bar Mitzvah or a wedding just to make money.

The worst part of this promotion from 123 Talent is that people close to the actress said that Lindsay never signed a deal with 123 Talent nor did she agree to let them represent her in any way.

The CEO of 123 Talent who stands by its company’s claims to represent Lindsay on its website say that the pitch was not bogus but Lindsay’s team has since “decided to go in another direction.”

The CEO added, “Unfortunately, we are not working with Lindsay Lohan.” It’s hard to tell who is telling the truth here, either Lohan is in dire need for money or 123 Talent is just plain full of it.

We are siding with 123 talent. You can’t trust a drug addicts word, everyone knows that.

Andrew Alvez | Elite. 

Photo Credit: Jonathan Pavel/WireImage

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