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EXCLUSIVE: Lindsay Lohan Has No Movie Shoot In Texas - You Read It Here First

May 25 2010, Published 10:05 a.m. ET

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It’s the great mystery of Lindsay Lohan’s court drama.

LiLo’s legal eagle, Shawn Chapman Holley, lost a bid on Monday to relax restrictions involving drug and alcohol testing, so the sometime actress, all-time party girl can supposedly attend a film shoot in Texas.

However, the curious problem is, everyone involved in Lohan’s upcoming projects tell, there’s no plans to film in the Lone Star State.

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Lohan is lined-up to play porn star Linda Lovelace in Inferno.

But director Matthew Wilder told he had no intention of shooting his movie in Texas.

Likewise, the studio behind Robert Rodriguez’s Machete -- in which Lohan goes topless as gun-toting socialite April Benz -- also confirmed it’s done in Texas.

“The movie is done filming and we are set for release,” said a spokesperson for Twentieth Century Fox.

According to her IMDB, Inferno and Machete are the only two projects Lohan is currently attached to.

Lohan went to Cannes to promote the Lovelace biopic, where she claimed to have become stranded forcing her to miss a mandatory court appearance in Los Angeles.

Wilder said producers are “standing-by” Lohan, despite her latest legal woes.

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He told “I want people to know that we are completely standing-by Lindsay Lohan to play the part of Linda Lovelace.

“These events have not made us waiver in that decision as we believe she is a very talented actress who is perfect for the role.

“I cannot comment about filming in Texas because we are going to film Inferno in Los Angeles and expect to start in September.

“Hopefully, by then her bracelet will be off but even if it wasn’t we could still work around that problem.

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“I was with Lindsay in Cannes and we were really impressed with the effort she put in to promote the film and it wasn’t as if she was drunk and lying in the gutter every night.

“Obviously, I cannot comment on what she did when I was not with her but I believe her story about the passport and we were all impressed with the work she did in France.

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“Although Lindsay has been through a tough time and her stock in Hollywood may not be that high at the moment that both myself and the producers are confident she will do a great job and not let anybody down.”

Lovelace, real name Linda Boreman, is best known as the actress who starred in the 1972 hard core movie Deep Throat which went on to become the most successful porn film ever to be made.

Lohan has told close friends that she can’t wait to take-on the controversial role.

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Lohan’s friend, Hollywood photographer Tyler Shields, told “Lindsay is ‘super-amped’ about the role of playing porn star Linda Lovelace.

“She is really attracted to the story of Lovelace’s life and the director really wants her to do it too.

Wilder also claimed that he had not heard from actor Bill Pullman whose publicist claimed that he was not attached to Inferno after he was reportedly taking part.

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At today’s hearing, Lohan was ordered to wear a SCRAM alcohol-monitoring bracelet and was fitted with one at the courthouse.

The actress was also ordered by Judge Revel not to drink alcohol, to attend alcohol education class once a week and to undergo random drug testing, which will happen at least once a week.



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