Lindsay Lohan held up production, almost got escorted off the set, and may or may not have had sticky fingers, according to E! News sources...But hey, at least she looked cute while doing it!

FX has released multiple photos and video of Lohan's guest spot on Charlie Sheen's show Anger Management, in which she will play a version of herself. The 26-year-old actress shot her scenes earlier this week before jetting off to Brazil on Wednesday night.

This version of Lindsay, it appears, involves her wearing a schoolgirl-style sailor suit, complete with a bare midriff, short skirt and ponytails. She appears to be shooting an Asian commercial for "No. 1 Happy Whiskey Chew," a bit ironic given that Lindsay has been sentenced to a 90-day stint in a "locked rehab" in real life.

Later in the episode, Lindsay glammed it up in a slinky, floor-length evening gown...But don't you worry, despite the wardrobe change, her abs could not be contained! The dress also had a peekaboo midsection.

And spoiler alert! (We know this is a heavy mythology TV show.) Lindsay and Charlie do indeed do the deed, as they are seen in bed together. We also see la Lohan visiting a prison to give advice to inmates, leading us to believe she may be poking some fun at her recent legal woes.

Lindsay's new boyfriend, rocker Avi Snow, thinks she's "a lot of fun"

Sources tell E! News that although Lohan showed up early for her first day of filming Anger, she was late for her scenes, held up production and was a "colossal pain in the ass."

An insider from Lohan's camp refutes the accusations, claiming to E! News that Sheen was thrilled with her work and that any insinuations that Lohan deliberately stalled production were completely untrue.

According to sources, Lohan also left the set with "bracelets" from the wardrobe department. The reason behind that is not yet known.

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