It’s Not Just US Ordinary Folks – Lindsay Lohan Owes $600K In CC

Thursday, April 22, 2010, AM | Leave Comment

Media has reported Lindsay Lohan, 23 years old, owes more than $600,000 in credit card debt. I wonder what her problem is. I don’t know how much she is making per movie but she must be making a lot of money. Enough money that she could pay all her debt – her mortgage and credit card and utility bills – all in one stroke of the pen.

The 23-year-old star could be the subject of legal action if she fails to address her financial problems soon.

I can’t say she needs a therapist because she has been on trips to rehabilitation centers more than once. But the poor baby needs something or someone to comfort her in her misery. Well, misery is probably not the right word, not in her specific case anyway.

Lindsay is probably the exception or maybe not

Unfortunately, in our society she is not the only exception. Over the years, media have reported other cases as well.

  • Does she do it for the excitement [What excitement can she get]?
  • Does she do it so she can live in limelight [She is already in limelight because of reportedly her other problems]?

    “I tried to mask my problems with alcohol, cocaine and mind-altering substances,” the actress, 23, tells the British newspaper The Sun. “Now I’m in a place where I don’t need to use anything and I can feel emotions because I choose to.”

  • I wonder why she can’t smell her debt, because it stinks. You can’t have stinking debt in life no matter who or what you are.

Media reported earlier this month

It was claimed the actress came close to being evicted from her Los Angeles home because she was two months behind on her rent. The actress paid her landlord $23,000 after receiving a legal notice demanding the sum.

Much of Lindsay’s current income is believed to come from personal appearances, but her fees have been slashed to around $5,000 – $10,000 a time as her career has waned.

Moral of the story
With all that money she has reportedly made, she should be able to pay the money she owes. I guess the old adage is always true: You ought to spend less than you make – no matter how much you make.

Almost every bank offers online features one of which is bill payment. She could have used it and just pay her bills at a mere stroke of a click. But she needs a definite change of mindset to put her act together.

What do you think?

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