Lindsay Lohan Been “Easy To Work With,” Says Speed-the-Plow Insider (EXCLUSIVE)
A new report takes cheap shots at Lindsay Lohan, claiming she was difficult during a shoot for Time Out London in advance of the opening of “Speed-the-Plow,” but while looking into the story, Gossip Cop has learned exclusively the actress is actually very much loved by her co-stars.
She has been “very easy to work with,” says one involved with the stage production, while another insider notes she often “buys cast dinners.” And while Lohan received mixed reviews for her opening night, our first insider says the actress has since “nailed the role.”
The New York Daily News originally published a piece on Sunday claiming Lohan was “late” for the Time Out London photoshoot (cover below), and “only agreed to take photos for 10 minutes.”
And the shoot took place near the London Playhouse Theater because, as a source tells the tabloid, “The farther she gets away from the theater, the tougher it is to get her back.” Not true. The reason the shoot was next to the theater was that she was in the middle of rehearsals. It made no sense to trek across town at the expense of her co-stars.
Additionally, the Daily News writes, “Lohan’s last known publicist declined to comment, as LiLo is no longer with the firm.” Right there that shows how little the paper knows.
Lohan does have a publicist, who was not called by the tab, but did corroborate to Gossip Cop what our other sources said, noting much of the Daily News story is “not entirely accurate.”