United States.- Lindsay Lohan came to a agreement in a demand who raised the editorial HarperCollinspointing out that the famous had received an advance of 365 thousand dollars for a contract of booksbut never turned in any manuscripts, court documents say.
The terms are not outlined in settlement papers filed over the weekend in Manhattan Supreme Court, which said the lawsuit was “discontinued.” In the lawsuit from September two years ago, the publisher indicated that the actress and her company Crossheart Productions signed a contract on March 27, 2014 for a book. This paper expired a year later.
LiLo would write a book about her troubled life and it would be based on the diary she kept while in rehab in 2013. The writing was predicted to be worth a million dollars. Although the publisher gave Crossheart the advance, which she later sent to the singer, the material never arrived even though she was given a two-year extension until March 15, 2017, according to the lawsuit.
HarperCollins in 2018 canceled the contract and asked for the advance to be returned. Lindsay’s lawyer indicated this Monday, September 19, that the lawsuit was settled years ago, but the agreements were signed and dated last Friday. “The matter was settled years ago. The recent presentation of the dismissal documents by the plaintiff’s lawyer was ministerial, “said the lawyer. Andrew Brettler to The Post.