Lindsay Lohan has been asked to pay a chunk of her appearance fee back after turning up 90 minutes late to a Connecticut casino.
Lindsay Lohan was paid over $50,000 to host a Halloween party at Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut.
However, the 'Mean Girl' actress is being pursued by Foxwoods to pay a chunk of it back.
TMZ reported, Lohan was scheduled to arrive at 10pm to conducts her hosting duties but she turned up 90 minutes later at 11.43pm.
The 27 year-old reportedly walked straight into the party and decided not to pose for photographs on the red carpet and talk to fans, which was previously agreed upon.
The establishment is now seeking help from their lawyers to renegotiate her contract as they feel she didn't uphold her part of the deal.
Lohan, dressed in a 'Carrie' inspired costume that was covered in blood and had a prom queen tiara on her head, was joined to co-host the show by American boxer, Floyd Mayweather.
The undefeated fighter wore a Freddy Krueger outfit and posted a photo of himself and Lohan on twitter at the casino accompanied with the caption, "Carrie (@lindsaylohan) and me as Freddy hanging out at the best Halloween party I've ever been to at MGM Foxwoods."
The gossip website also reports that Lohan didn't completely ruin the night as she and Floyd did a very good job hosting the Halloween party and judging the Halloween costume contest.
Mayweather also arrived late to the event but he made up for it by posing for photos with fans, signing autographs and talking to them, which Lindsay failed to do.
Lohan was 90 minutes late to the Halloween party
Mayweather was Lohan's co-host