Scoop: Lindsay Lohan may release autobiography

Jim Spellman/WireImageActress Lindsay Lohan attends Z100's Jingle Ball 2013 at Madison Square Garden on December 13

Jim Spellman/WireImageActress Lindsay Lohan attends Z100's Jingle Ball 2013 at Madison Square Garden on December 13

Lindsay Lohan has just devised a plan to rid herself of her money woes: She’s reportedly writing a tell-all autobiography.

TMZ says the book started out as a “series of journal entries” from rehab, where she poured her soul onto the page as a form of catharsis.

Now she hopes to flesh those out into a larger work about her life as an actress and mug shot aficionado, much to the delight of several publishers … and the public.FeaturesGossipLindsay Lohan

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