The bidding has reached $500,000 for the rights to the pre-jail interview, the prison diary and the first chat when she is released.
Lindsay Lohan has reportedly been offered more than $500,000 to open up about her personal troubles for a new TV interview before she begins her 90-day jail sentence. The "Mean Girls" star is due to surrender to authorities on July 20 to begin her prison term at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, California.
But U.S. TV bosses are eager to land an exclusive chat with the 24 year old before she heads behind bars - and New York Post's gossip column PageSix claims bidding for a Lohan interview has reached a staggering $500,000.
A source tells the publication, "The irony is Lindsay is in demand. The bidding is over $500,000 for the rights to the pre-jail interview, the prison diary and the first chat when she is released." The newspaper also claims Lohan is seeking "guidance" from a psychic to help her through her jail stint - which she is hoping will be shorter than the 90 days ordered by the judge."
The insider adds, "Lindsay is still convinced she'll get a reduced term - even if she has to go to rehab afterwards for longer. She has spoken to a number of lawyers over the weekend. She's even seeing a psychic for guidance."