Lohan's leaked bill horrifies hotel bosses

Lindsay Lohan (Reuters)

Lindsay Lohan (Reuters)

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, Last Updated: 4:53 AM ET

Bosses of Lindsay Lohan's favourite Los Angeles hotel are "horrified" after a letter banning the actress over an unpaid bill was leaked online.

The Mean Girls star racked up a $46,350 debt during her 47-day stay at the exclusive Chateau Marmont during the months of June and July, ordering room service meals, cigarettes and candles, and spending more than $3,000 on drinks from the mini-bar.

In a letter sent to the star, hotel manager Philip Pavel makes it clear that Lohan will not be welcome at her home-from-home until she brings her tab up to date.

However, bosses at the luxury hotel have been left angry after a copy of the bill and letter found emerged on the internet.

A spokesperson for the Chateau Marmont says, "Chateau Marmont places guest privacy as a core value and upholds this privacy with paramount importance. After investigation, it appears that a private correspondence between Chateau Marmont's general manager and Miss Lohan was leaked by a member of her entourage.

"We are as horrified, disappointed and troubled by this occurrence as Miss Lohan surely is. Obviously, this is a private matter between one of our guests and the hotel and we will continue to treat it as such."


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