Lindsay Lohan has slammed an exposé about her irrational and dangerous behaviour on the set of The Canyons.
The 26-year-old appears alongside porn star-turned-actor James Deen in the forthcoming thriller, about youth, sex and glamour in Los Angeles.
Stephen Rodrick was given permission to shadow the production for an article in New York Times Magazine.
The reporter makes several sensational allegations, including claims Lindsay was frequently late or completely failed to show up for multiple days of filming and begged for her job back after she was fired the second day into production.
She is also accused of drinking before a four-way sex scene with three other porn actors and driving off in her Porsche afterwards despite producers arranging for other transportation.
“[Producers] all hoped they would still have a lead actress in the morning,” according to the writer.
Lindsay spoke to the New York Post’s Page Six gossip column on Friday, slamming the piece.
She called the writer’s allegations “bulls**t”.
She claimed she has maintained a good relationship with cast and crew since filming wrapped last year. This, despite a report from TMZ she was recorded ranting at James Deen during a scene, telling him to “do your f**king job”.
James told the website the conflict resulted from a misunderstanding.
Lindsay also apparently admitted certain aspects about the New York Times article are true.
According to the website, Lindsay said she was argumentative and late to set. She reportedly denied the drinking allegations.
The Canyons, directed by Paul Schrader, is scheduled for release later this year.
Copyright: Cover Media 2013
Friday, 11. January 2013