Lindsay Lohan, Liz & Dick


Why would the makers of Liz & Dick want to sue Lindsay Lohan? Her performance wasn't that bad!

We kid. But Fox News reported today that Lifetime was gearing up to file suit against Lohan for breach-of-contract, supposedly because she violated a clause in her deal that stipulated she was only supposed to be driven around in her network-provided car during the six weeks of filming.

Well, that didn't happen.

But no one is planning to sue her.

A rep for Lifetime tells E! News that Lohan's contract wasn't with them, but with Larry Thompson Productions—hence the matter doesn't pertain to the network.

And Thompson tells us: "Larry Thompson Productions has no plans, nor has ever had any plans, to sue our leading lady, Lindsay Lohan, for breach of contract."

Last we checked, bad acting isn't a criminal offense, so it sounds like Lohan's in the clear!

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