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Lohan's mother could lose house

24 September 2013, 11:31

Los Angeles - Dina Lohan's $1.3m home faces foreclosure.

According to LongIslandPress.com, JP Morgan Chase Bank has filed a lawsuit against Lindsay Lohan's mother because she has not complied "with the conditions of the mortgage".

The court documents state: "[She] has failed to comply with the conditions of the mortgage...by failing to pay portions of principal, interest or taxes, assessments, water rates, insurance premiums, escrow and/or other charges."

If Dina, 50, fails to settle the case with the bank her New York home could go up for auction.

Mom a bad influence

This development follows reports that she was arrested for speeding and DWI [Driving While Intoxicated] earlier this month, with sources claiming Lindsay has avoided her mother since leaving rehab because she is a "bad influence".

An insider previously said, "Lindsay wasn't surprised that her mom got popped for a DUI (Driving Under the Influence). It was only a matter of time, according to Lindsay."

"Since being released from rehab, Lindsay has had limited contact with her mother because Dina can be a bad influence on her daughter's sobriety. Dina will say she is the last person that has a problem with booze, but she does. Lindsay loves her mom, but she is putting herself first, and her recovery, which is a very good thing."

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