‘Liz & Dick’ Risks Losing Its Insurance Over Lohan Incident

Jun 19, 2012  •  Post A Comment

The Lifetime movie "Liz & Dick" may be at risk for losing its insurance over an incident in which the production’s star Lindsay Lohan got into a traffic collision, TMZ.com reports. The insurance policy the production company took out made it clear that Lohan wasn’t allowed to drive, the story reports.

As previously reported, Lohan was involved in a traffic collision when a Porsche she was driving collided with an 18-wheeler. "Liz & Dick" producer Larry A. Thompson said the actress wasn’t supposed to drive and had a limo provided for her.

The insurance company had set numerous conditions on coverage, one of them being a ban on Lohan taking to the roads herself, the TMZ story notes. So far the insurance company hasn’t tried to cancel the policy or take other action, but the production company is making it clear Lohan can’t drive for the remainder of the taping, the piece adds.

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