Lindsay Lohan Banned From L.A. Landmark

Aug 29, 2012  •  Post A Comment

Lindsay Lohan has been banned from one of the landmarks on L.A.’s Sunset Strip, according to a report on TMZ.com. The iconic Chateau Marmont Hotel, where John Belushi died of a drug overdose, reportedly ordered the actress to remove her belongings as of Aug. 1 and has banned her from the property.

The problem is an unpaid bill of more than $46,000, detailed in a letter to Lohan from the hotel’s general manager.

The letter says the hotel repeatedly asked for payment for the 47 days Lohan stayed there in June and July, the story notes.

Her charges include minibar costs of $3,145.07 and $686 for cigarettes — 49 packs, at $14 apiece.

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  1. Chateau Marmont charging $14 a pack for cigarettes is kind of steep, and their charging $20/hr for parking is why I park up the hill and walk down.
    Lindsay Lohan is a nice person and a very good actress, and I would hire her in a heartbeat to be one of the coeds in my upcoming $2M horror movie, “Kill Her…Not Me.”
    Keith Warn, Ibex Productions

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