June 10, 2010
Posted: 12:06 PM ET
The troubled starlet - who claims her alcohol-monitoring SCRAM device was set off Sunday night when someone spilled a drink on her at the MTV Movie Awards - is considering an offer to appear in the NBC hit if filming fits around her movie career.
Her mom, Dina, told Page Six, "Donald is a friend of the family, and producers of 'Celebrity Apprentice' have approached Lindsay to appear in the next season. She's deciding if she wants to do it or not, but she currently has three films in production, so she's very busy."
NBC refused to comment, saying it was "too early to talk about casting" because filming doesn't start until late this year. A source said, "They are in advanced talks with Lindsay and Dina, but a lot depends on what happens with Lindsay's legal issues."
On Tuesday, Lindsay was relaxing by a pool in Los Angeles in a swimsuit and showing off her SCRAM bracelet while her lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, was fighting for her in court.
Judge Marshal Revel had issued a warrant for Lohan and set bail at $200,000 because her SCRAM bracelet went off after she attended the MTV show and Katy Perry's after-party.
Holley, who met with the judge, acknowledged the bracelet "indicated the presence of a small amount of alcohol on Sunday night." Lohan avoided jail after her bondsman posted 10 per cent of the new $200,000 bail set by the judge.
Dina added, "She was at the MTV Awards and somebody spilled a drink on her leg, which must have set off the SCRAM bracelet. She has done absolutely nothing wrong and shouldn't have to wear the bracelet in the first place. She is doing absolutely fine."
Lindsay wrote on Twitter that it was "physically impossible" for her monitoring device to have been set off, because "I've been more than I'm compliance [sic]."
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