Lindsay Lohan's recording session for 'Spirit in the Dark' is rumored to have been suspended by Casablanca.
Weeks after tweeting that she is determined to finish her new album, Lindsay Lohan is hit by rumor suggesting she has been axed by her label, Casablanca. A source told Fox411, "Casablanca has suspended all further recording sessions of her album and put their working relationship with her on hold."
Lindsay is said to have been working on her third studio album called "Spirit in the Dark" for 16 months. "She is going to go what she can to keep her music career going," the source revealed more. So far, there hasn't been any confirmation from the songstress herself and her management team concerning the rumor.
It's been 4 years since Lindsay Lohan released her sophomore studio project "A Little More Personal (Raw)". A hint about a new album came out in May 2008 when she returned with a single titled "Bossy" which is co-written by Ne-Yo and Stargate.
A few months later however, Lindsay backed out from finishing the album because she got too much pressure resulting from double duties of shooting movies and recording music. "I just got off the phone with my Motown manager," she said at that time. "I've been avoiding calling her back."