(LOS ANGELES) — Lindsay Lohan had a surprise waiting for her when she arrived to a Los Angeles court on Tuesday.
According to TMZ.com, she was served with a lawsuit brought by a man who claims he communicated with her on Facebook and that she engaged in unfair business practices. He also thinks the actress may be a prostitute.
The plaintiff, Thomas A. Green, a self-described former U.S. Marine who recently lived in a homeless shelter due to a, “depreciated stage of delusion and hallucinations,” believes Lohan misled him into thinking she would work with him on an Internet business he wanted to launch.
The complaint says, “[Thomas] set out to command [Lohan] to twitter [sic] and stated if [Lohan] acknowledges this is an Osoma Bin Ladden [sic] op all civilians in past wrong doing [sic] will receive clemency.”
The lawsuit also claims that the Mean Girls star “might be a high end [sic] prostitute.” It’s unclear why Green would make the allegation.
Green seeks $300,000 from Lohan. She was at the court for a progress hearing.
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