Scores wants to help Lindsay Lohan pay off her debt by offering the actress a job with the famous New York City strip club.
Lohan's money woes have escalated recently. She owes $16,000 to a storage facility or else her locker will go up for auction. She is also having trouble paying the rent on her $8,000-a-month Beverly Hills mansion.
Scores strip club is hoping to alleviate Lohan's troubles, TMZ reported. Scores is offering to pay the bill on her storage unit and cover the cost of her mansion if the "Liz & Dick" star agrees to do some hosting work for their website, ScoresLive.com. The "work" does not involve stripping or any nudity, but rather a fully-clothed hosting job for their online video chat forum.
In a letter sent to Lohan's lawyer, obtained by TMZ, the strip club explains:
We understand that you have recently been spending some time in NYC, and we would like to arrange for you to host a few events online for ScoresLive.com. ScoresLive.com presents hundreds of beautiful ladies who appear by webcam nightly entertaining upscale gentlemen in the privacy of their homes. We are currently starting a new promotion wherein we will engage famous, female celebrities as hosts for special events streamed live from our club, SCORES, on West 28th Street in Manhattan for the VIP members of Scoreslive.com.
A Scores job may not be what Lohan is looking for. Michael Lohan, Lindsay's father, recently told RadarOnline that his daughter and her team have already turned down $130,000 in endorsements so as to not "cause further embarrassment."
Despite rumors of mounting deficit and unpaid taxes, RumorFix reports that Lohan is not at the brink of financial ruin just yet. A friend close to the actress says that there is no risk of an auction of her storage unit at the moment.
Money is not the 26-year-old's biggest issue at the moment, either. Lohan's probation was revoked on Wednesday and the actress could face up to 245 days in jail.