Lindsay Lohan hotel bill worth $46,000 left unpaid, LiLo banned, but denies allegations, reports sayBy Angel Cuala on Aug 30, 2012 in Entertainment, Hollywood •
Lindsay Lohan reportedly had an unpaid hotel bill worth more than $46,000, and is now being banned from the hotel, but the actress is denying the accusations claiming that it was not her obligation to pay that bill.
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As noted by TMZ on Wednesday, August 29, 2012, they obtained a letter from Chateau Marmont hotel in Los Angeles revealing Lohan’s hotel bill during her 47-day stay, while filming “Liz & Dick,” the movie where she portrayed the role of the late legendary Hollywood actress Elizabeth Taylor.
“As you are aware from our previous correspondences starting on July 8, you currently owe the hotel a grand total of $46,350.04 in charges for your stay starting on May 30, 2012. I have enclosed a copy of our most up to date folio for your records.” Philip Pavel, hotel general manager wrote on the letter.
“Please have all your belongings removed from Suite 33 by 12 p.m., Wednesday, August 1, 2012. Furthermore, until we get the matter of your outstanding debt paid, know that we will be unable to host you on property or in the restaurant.” Mr. Pavel added.
On a latter report by TMZ, they said they were told by sources that LiLo was shocked to know that she has that huge amount of unpaid hotel bill, emphasizing that she thought that “Liz & Dick” producers agreed to pay it and that she did not know it has not been paid yet.
According to Huffington Post also on Wednesday, Lindsay‘s rep Steve Honig told them that they are “not commenting on anything to do with Chateau Marmont,” with the hotel management releasing a statement on the leaked document stating Lohan‘s hotel bill.
“It appears that a private correspondence between Chateau Marmont‘s general manager and Miss Lohan was leaked by a member of her entourage. We are as horrified, disappointed, and troubled by this occurrence as Miss Lohan surely is. Obviously, this is a private matter between one of our guests and the hotel and we will continue to treat it as such.” the hotel said in a statement.
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