According to reports, the celeb wants to spill the beans in her first set of memoirs
Lindsay Lohan has has a turbulent and eventful 27 years already, 27 years that should make for a pretty entertaining story to read. According to TMZ, a LiLo book may not just be a distant pipe-dream of readers acros the globe, as the tabloid darling is apparently writing down her memoirs for release soon.
Lindsay last appeared at the Z100 Jingle Ball at Madison Square Garden
The TMZ report states that Lindsay is willing to let it all hang out when she takes to her typewriter, detailing all the gritty details from her troubled past. This will include references to her drug abuse, her various run-ins with the law, her acting career, relationships and her eventful family life too. According to the TMZ report, Lindsay might be writing down her memories sooner, rather than later, as she is already being courted by a number of publishing houses.
Apparently, Lindsay met with on of the biggest literary agencies in New York on Thursday, 12 December; Waxman Leavall. Leavall has worked with a number celebrities over the years to turn their life's work into a book, with Victor Cruz, Novak Djokovic, Bill Murray, Brock Lesnar, and Cal Ripken Jr listed among his clients. The meeting with Waxman was apparently filmed as part of the fly-on-the-wall docu-series Lindsay is working on for OWN. No further details into her apparent book deal have been made available yet, but we will keep you up to date with any developments.
Lindsay introduced Miley Cyrus to the stage at the festive concert
Before work has even begun on the book (we assume), there still remains the question over just what Lindsay will write, after all, this is her version of events and these might not fit in with everyone else's. The book deal might seem like a good idea now (and for us it will likely remain that way), but Lindsay has made some enemies over the years and they might not be best pleased with how she addresses them in her book. Whatever Lindsay writes down, there will be drama following.
Will the LiLo Bio be more fiction than non-fiction?