Lindsay Lohan is reportedly set to be dropped as the face of a major fashion label.The 20-year-old is currently in Promises clinic for alcohol and drug abuse, she is being sued for a 2005 accident in which she crashed her car into a parked van. The $3.6 million lawsuit has been filed by Grandeur Incorporated, who claim Lindsay ploughed into their company van as she made an illegal U-turn in Beverly Hills.
The "Mean Girls" star is set to represent "fashion house" Jill Stuart in the autumn campaign. She already shot the advertisements for the company in April. The branch of the company in Japan funded the campaign and no longer wants Lohan to represent them due to her recent behavior.
A source told News newspaper: "The Japanese licensee paid for it, and they wanted to pull the plug. "The day Lindsay appeared on the front page of the newspaper crashed out in the front seat of the SUV, the Japanese told Ron Curtis (Jill Stuart's CEO) they no longer wanted to be involved. And they are the ones who financed the campaign."
However, Curtis insists the international campaign will still go ahead as planned. He said: "The ads are running as planned, and we have the utmost support for Lindsay and her rehabilitation, and she is doing great. They will also appear in all of the major lifestyle fashion magazines for fall in Asia and the U.S."