It has been an eventful few days for Lindsay Lohan, who had her probation revoked, was turned away from court-ordered service duty at the L.A. County morgue for arriving too late and fired her manager in less than a week.
The troubled starlet is concerned that manager Lou Taylor, who lives in Tennessee and also manages Britney Spears, does not spend enough time on her affairs -- and she wants to hire someone who can give her more attention.
The 25-year-old actress also is worried that her finances are not being handled efficiently, possibly because Taylor is based more than 2,100 miles away.
Her publicist, Steve Honing, said that Taylor's departure was perfectly amicable and that Lohan and Taylor were still on good terms.
And other concerns were raised last week over her half-a-million dollar contract with German designer Philipp Plein, after Judge Sautner ordered her back to the courthouse on November 2nd, raising speculation as to whether she would be able to fulfil her contractual overseas appearances. But it seems Plein is standing by the star.
“I chose Lindsay Lohan as the face of my ss 2012 collection because, aside from being talented and beautiful, she is unconventional, unpredictable, full of surprises and far from boring…which perfectly reflects the spirit of my collection,” he told us in a statement. “I look forward to completing our project together, and trust that she will be able to resolve her legal issues as soon as possible.”
The "Mean Girls" star was ordered to work at the coroner's office as part of the 480 hours of community service she is required to complete under terms of her probation for stealing a $2,500 necklace from a Los Angeles boutique earlier this year.
Her probation was revoked Oct. 19 after a judge ruled she was not keeping up with her community service hours. The actress was dismissed from a Los Angeles women's center where she failed to show up on nine different occasions. Judge Stephanie Sautner scheduled a probation violation hearing for Nov. 2, and the troubled starlet could face more jail time.
NewsCore contributed to this report.