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Lindsay Lohan's out of control - lawyer

14 February 2013, 09:30

Los Angeles - Lindsay Lohan's lawyer admits the troubled actress is out of control.

Julia Azrael - who is now co-representing the Mean Girls star after she parted ways with her long-term attorney Shawn Holley - says she doesn't want to be blamed for Lindsay's flaky behaviour and says it's impossible to stay in touch with her.

In court documents that were obtained by gossip website TMZ, Azrael reportedly wrote: "I have made many efforts to convince Lohan to appear for her deposition. I do not know how to reach her directly."

The star is required to make a deposition in a pending lawsuit, after photographer Grigor Balyan recently filed documents claiming Lindsay's been busy partying instead of giving evidence in his case against her.

Making it difficult

Balyan claims Lindsay's assistant drove into him while leaving a Hollywood nightclub back in 2010, with the Mean Girls actress as his passenger.

Balyan has asked the judge to fine Lindsay and Azrael for giving him the run around.

In the document Azrael claims she has to go through Lindsay's other lawyer, Mark Heller, to get through to her and says Heller's been making it difficult.

As well as this case, Lindsay is also facing three misdemeanour counts involving a car crash last June after being charged for resisting, obstruction, providing false information to a police officer and reckless driving.

- BangShowBiz


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