According to a report, the 'Mean Girls' star is working on a tell-all book which talks about her family, acting career as well as drug problems.
Lindsay Lohan apparently will share more stories of her life in a tell-all book. TMZ reports that the "Mean Girls" actress' book is still in its early stages, but some publishing companies have expressed their interest in the book.
According the report, idea for the book started when Lohan wrote journal entries as a therapeutic exercise during her rehab with substance abuse. The book is in early stages and currently has no clear focus yet, but the troubled starlet reportedly will write about her family, acting career, relationship and drug use. Some publishing companies reportedly have approached Lohan for possible partnership and offered up to six-figure range deals.
The report additionally suggests that Lohan met a New York literary agency Waxman Leavall on Thursday, December 12. The meeting reportedly was filmed for her documentary series on OWN.
Lohan was most recently seen introducing Miley Cyrus at the Jingle Ball on Friday night. Wearing a pair of high leather boots and loose white top, Lohan said, "This past year, we've seen a whole new side of her, which I can relate to. She can be herself, which I really respect and appreciate. She wants to do what she wants to do and she does it and we love her for it." Cyrus then appeared on stage to perform her hits such as "Party in the U.S.A." and "We Can't Stop".