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Lindsay Lohan to Pose Nude for Playboy

Lindsay Lohan, Shawn Chapman Holley
In this July 21, 2011 file photo, Lindsay Lohan, left, is pictured alongside her attorney Shawn Chapman Holley during a case review conference in Los Angeles. A city prosecutor on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2011 will ask a judge at a hearing to find Lindsay Lohan in violation of her probation and order her to spend time in jail. The move is based on the actress’ most recent probation report that states she was terminated from a women’s shelter where a judge wanted her to serve most of her community service. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, Pool)
Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan will reportedly pose nude for Playboy

Apparently Lindsay Lohan enjoys community service, so she decided to take it one step further. A giant step further that is.

The Long Island native is reportedly replacing her morgue attire with, well, nothing, and will pose nude for Playboy.

Sources told the gossip website, TMZ, that Lohan reached a deal with Playboy to expose her assets to the world. And Lohan doesn’t come cheap: According to TMZ, it took nearly $1 million to lure the “Mean Girls” actress into showing off her body in Hugh Hefner’s popular magazine.

According to the report, the two sides have been working on a deal for several months, after Lohan said she would only take $1 million to pose nude. Instead, the magazine came back with a little less than her asking price, and offered her $750,000. A deal was signed, and according to the report, Lohan already started shooting over the weekend. We’re guessing she needed something to cheer her up after morgue duties.

Its unclear when the issue will be published, or if Lohan will be on the cover.

Her representative told TMZ: “I can neither confirm or deny at this time.”

Just last week, the troubled star was led away in handcuffs after a judge revoked her probation, because she wasn’t fulfilling her community service responsibilities at a woman’s shelter.

Sautner also chastised Lohan for taking six months to complete a court-ordered Shoplifters Anonymous course and questioned how she could have attended her court-ordered weekly psychological counseling while she was in Europe from Sept. 9 to Oct. 5.

As a result the actress was taken to jail and later released on $100,000 bond. The judge also ordered her to complete 16 hours at the Los Angeles County Morgue before her next hearing on Nov. 2.

 

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