Lindsay Lohan could very well find herself behind bars sooner rather than later, but until then, the actress is struggling to keep a roof over her head.
Lohan, 26, has several legal problems that could land her in the slammer, including punching a woman in the face at a New York City bar last month and lying to police about a car accident this summer. But the "Liz & Dick" star is also facing mounting money issues that are threatening to completely bankrupt her.
Her latest problem is that she can't find the money to pay the $8,000 per month rent on the Beverly Hills mansion where she is living, according to a report from TMZ.
"According to our sources, Lindsay has been scraping together the money to pay her $8,000 rent. We're told Lindsay signed the lease on the home back in February ... when her career was on the upswing and the money seemed to be rolling in," TMZ reported. "But according to our sources, when Lindsay's finances took a turn for the worse ... she began doing whatever she could to make rent each month, often hitting up friends for money."
When she realized she couldn't afford the house, Lohan tried to end her occupancy early, but the owners of the home informed her that "the penalty for breaking the lease was massive."
Lohan is also in hot water regarding enormous tax debt. The IRS has seized all of her bank accounts in an effort to collect the $234,000 she owes in back taxes from the years 2009, 2010 and 2011.
The actress, 26, is totally clueless about how she can get herself out of the hole, according to a report from The Huffington Post.
"Her finances are in a mess," a source said. "She lives very large, staying at the best hotels and traveling first class. All the money she earns she spends, and then when it comes to taxes, she has nothing left. Right now, she is desperate to find a paying gig to just get this burden off her back."© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.