Lindsay Lohan’s family is not taking the prospect of a movie based on the life of the actress too lightly. In fact, the Lohans are reportedly contemplating a legal fight on the issue.
The screenwriter of the movie titled ‘Dogs in Pocketbooks’, Charles Casillo has overtly stated that the character of a young woman trying to make it big in the Tinseltown has been modeled on “Mean Girls” star Lindsay Lohan.
Lindsay’s father Michael Lohan has been heard angrily running down the spoof. Now, her mother Dina, has revealed the family’s decision to file a federal case and that she is already in talks with the lawyers.
Earlier this year, financial firm E-Trade was sued for allegedly deriding the troubled star in a commercial. The settlement of this case cost the firm a few million dollars.
Dina said she would ensure a similar fate for the producers of ‘Dogs in Pocketbooks’. Attorney Stephanie Ovadia, who has been roped in by the Lohans, expressed surprise that Charles Cassino has brazenly publicised the fact that his movie is based on the life of the socialite-actress.