Lohan to appear with siblings and mother in new reality show

Lohan to appear with siblings and mother in new reality show

Lindsay Lohan is to star in a new reality TV show.

The troubled actress – who currently has to wear an alcohol-monitoring SCRAM bracelet as part of her probation for her 2007 driving under the influence (DUI) arrest – will appear in the as-yet-untitled show alongside mother Dina and her three siblings.

Dina told the New York Post newspaper: "We have already started filming. The cameras follow us in our daily lives and as we promote our businesses. I want to prove that we are a good, hardworking family and we don't have the crazy lives that some people claim we do.

“The show will feature my kids, and Lindsay will also appear in some episodes, although she's very busy filming and promoting her fashion lines. We're discussing a deal with a major network."

While the programme will feature most of the family, Lindsay’s estranged father Michael – who is divorced from Dina – will not appear.

This is not time the Lohan family have appeared in front of reality TV cameras.

In 2008 ‘Living Lohan’ – which mainly focused on Lindsay’s 16-year-old sister Ali’s attempts to break into showbusiness – aired for nine episodes and Dina claimed to have turned down a second series because of the producers’ demands.

She said: “They wanted us to do these crazy things, like my son cheating on his girlfriend, me faking a pregnancy. I was like, 'No, no, no! They had ideas that weren't conducive to our ideas."

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