Lindsay Lohan has been asked to pay back part of an appearance fee she received to host a Halloween party because she was more than 90 minutes late.
The 'Mean Girls' actress was reportedly paid over $50,000 to host a Halloween party at Foxwoods casino in Connecticut on Thursday, but the event organisers are attempting to claim back some of her generous payday because she was more than 90 minutes late and didn't honour the full extent of her duties.
According to TMZ, Lindsay was due to arrive at 10pm local time, but only showed up at 11.43pm. The 27-year-old star also refused to walk the red carpet, where she was expected to pose for photographers and meet with some lucky fans, and went straight inside the venue.
Lawyers for the establishment are now hoping to renegotiate their contract with the actress because they feel she didn't uphold their agreement.
However, eyewitnesses say Lindsay and co-host, boxer Floyd Mayweather, did a great job hosting a Halloween costume contest on stage.
Floyd, who was reportedly paid the same amount as the 'Liz & Dick' star, also arrived late but made up for his tardiness by meeting with fans, signing autographs and taking photos.
Lindsay appeared in fancy dress at the event, styling herself as classic horror character Carrie White from the movie 'Carrie'.