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Money Troubles, What Money Troubles? Lindsay Lohan Buys $80,000 Porsche

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Oct. 8 2011, Published 7:00 a.m. ET

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By Alexis Tereszcuk - RadarOnline.com Senior Reporter

Lindsay Lohan is back from her European vacation and the first thing she did when she hit the U.S. was buy a new car - and RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that it is a sports car that cost almost $100,000!

The 25-year-old starlet hit up the Porsche dealership in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday where she purchased a brand new Porsche Panamera, which has a sticker price of a whopping $80,000, a source close to Lindsay told RadarOnline.com.

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Back in July when Lindsay appeared in front of Judge Stephanie Sautner, she told her that the reason she hadn’t started her court mandated therapy sessions was because she was unable to get insurance to foot the bill and she was financially strapped.

And while she just did a photo shoot for Phillip Plein in Italy and is tentatively going to be in the Gotti movie Lindsay doesn’t have any other current projects on the table to generate income right now.

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So why did she purchase such an expensive car?

Apparently Lindsay’s neighbor and ex-girlfriend Samantha Ronson recently picked up a similar luxury vehicle from the same dealership and Lindsay was in love with that car so she decided to get one of her own.

Lindsay’s rep declined to comment to RadarOnline.com.

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