Lindsay Lohan


It looks like Lindsay Lohan's Wednesday isn't turning out as great as her Tuesday.

Just one day after the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office decided that no charges would be filed against the actress with regards to an alleged jewelry heist, it seems Lohan is no longer welcome at the famed Hollywood hotel, Chateau Marmont.

The reason? For allegedly failing to pay a bill totaling more than $46,000 stemming from her recent stay there.

E! News reached out to Lohan's reps, but they did not respond to our request for a comment.

However, the hotel's management did provide the statement below regarding the report by TMZ, which also obtained not only the letter documenting the ban, but the extensive list of charges that Lohan racked up.

"Chateau Marmont places guest privacy as a core value and upholds this privacy with paramount importance. After investigation, 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."

But it looks as if it may have all been a big misunderstanding. Lohan was reportedly under the impression that the producers of her upcoming Lifetime flick, Liz & Dick, were going to cover the cost of her stay there while filming the movie. But if they don't, Lohan is apparently willing to cut the hotel a check herself.

So how exactly did Lohan wind up with a bill so big?

Well, in addition to the basic room, tax and parking, here are a few of the other charges:

  • Cigarettes: $686
  • Minibar: $3,145.07
  • Laundry: $625
  • One Chateau candle: $100

Here's hoping Thursday is a bit better for Linds.

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