Producers behind troubled actress Lindsay Lohan's next role, a television biopic of Elizabeth Taylor, are worried by conflicting reports of an alleged altercation with a female at the Chateau Marmont hotel earlier this month.
Lohan claimed she was not at the hotel on April 5, but the woman, Marisa Dugas, has filed a police report accusing her of battery. Two further reports have been given, claiming Lohan - who was released from probation last month - was present at the party.
A source told RadarOnline.com producers 'are extremely concerned about Lohan's hard partying ways. Here are the facts, since she was formally taken off formal probation, she has been at the Chateau Marmont several times. She was definitely at the nightclub when the assault allegedly took place. However, Lindsay told the producers that she wasn't there, so even if she isn't charged with a crime, her inability to tell the truth is hurting her, period.'
Lindsay's legal problems stem back to a driving under the influence (DUI) conviction in 2007, and her long history of problems with the law make it hard for anyone to employ her as an actress because of the insurance costs.
The source added: 'The producers had to jump through hoops to get Lindsay insured for the project, so it's very concerning that she is putting herself in situations that just aren't good for her.
'You compound that with the lies, and Lindsay is truly her own worst enemy.'