Lindsay Lohan Racked Up $1.45 Million (€1.1 Million) in Legal Fees

Getting into as much trouble as she does doesn't come cheap, report reveals

Being Lindsay Lohan isn't easy and it's certainly not cheap. According to a new report, since 2007, when she started on a downwards spiral, the actress has racked up no less than $1.45 million (€1.1 million) in legal fees only.

Fans know that, these days, Lindsay is more famous for what she does in her personal life than for her work, i.e. for her movies.

Since 2007, she's been going in and out of rehab, in and out of courtroom, in and out of jail, and constantly in the headlines.

BooyahFacts is now saying that the entire madness around Lindsay Lohan cost her a pretty penny: a lot of them, to be more exact.

From rehab expenses to fines, court payments and legal counsel, Lindsay has spent an estimated $1.45 million (€1.1 million) on getting herself out of trouble.

That is to say, the money she reportedly made by posing for the latest issue of Playboy ($1 million / €719,476) wasn't enough to cover her impressive legal bill.

Below is a breakdown of the legal expenses she's incurred since 2007, as per the aforementioned celebrity e-zine:

January 2007 – Wonderland Rehab: $58,000 (€44,386.6)

May 2007 – 1st DUI Arrest: $30,000 (€22,958.5) for bail

May 2007 – Promises Rehab: $54,500 (€41,325.4)

July 2007 – 2nd DUI Arrest: $25,000 (€19,132) for bail

October 2007 – Cirque Lodge Treatment Center in Utah: $60,000 (€45,917) for 2 months

May 2010 – Failure to appear in court: $100,000 (€76,528.6) for bail

June 9, 2010 – Violated probation: $200,000 (€153,057) for bail

August 2010 – UCLA Rehab bill: $130,000 (€99,487)

September 25, 2010 – Violated probation; failed drug test: $300,000 (€229,585.9) for bail

November 2010-January 2011 – Betty Ford rehab bill: $150,000 (€114,792.9)

February 9, 2011 – Felony Grand Theft: $20,000 (€15,305.7) for bail, $20,000 (€15,305.7) for violating parole

No wonder then that Lindsay Lohan kept saying in court she was too broke to meet this or that court order.

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