Lindsay Lohan has started house hunting in London because she wants a fresh start outside the US.
Lindsay Lohan has started house hunting in London.
The 'Mean Girls' star, who recently documented her struggle to get her life and career back on track on her self-titled OWN series after her six stints in rehab, reportedly wants a fresh start in the UK and thinks it will be good for her career.
A source told The Sun newspaper: ''Lindsay's really enjoying being in the UK and has told her pals that she's staying here for good.''
The insider added: ''Lindsay has also started investigating getting acting work in London.''
Lindsay has been spotted hanging out with many of celebrity pals since arriving in London last month, including Chloe Green and Rita Ora.
But news that the 27-year-old actress is thinking about renting a permanent base in the city comes as a surprise as she only moved back to her native New York City from Los Angeles earlier this year.
The 'Canyons' star previously revealed she wanted to be closer to her family in Long Island and get away from her party-girl reputation in Hollywood.
Asked about the move in March, she said: ''It's home for me. It's so interesting how many people think I'm from California, not trying to hate on California, but I'm a New Yorker and my family's here so it's really nice.''
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