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Strapped for Cash? Lindsay Lohan Hosts Halloween Party At Foxwoods Casino

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Oct. 30 2013, Published 1:44 p.m. ET

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Trick or treat with Hollywood’s most famous wild child!

Troubled starlet Lindsay Lohan has landed a new gig, RadarOnline.com has learned where the actress, along with boxer "Pretty Boy" Floyd Mayweather Jr., will host the annual 2013 Halloween bash at Foxwoods Resort and Casino in Mashantucket, Conn. on Thursday night.

Just months after being released from a 90-day rehab stint, Lohan will party the night away with guests at the event, which touts a VIP Bottle Service package requiring a minimum $600 beverage spend for parties of ten or more.

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As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Lohan doesn’t appear serious about her sobriety, often pictured out in New York City and Los Angeles.

This week, the rehabbed starlet, who is insisting she is still sober after her sixth stint in treatment, was spotted inside the VIP room of NYC hotspot 1Oak, multiple partygoers have confirmed to RadarOnline.com.

According to Star magazine, not only has Lohan been clubbing, but she’s been drinking up a storm.

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“She was definitely drinking alcohol. She got increasingly sloppy as the hours went on,” an insider told the magazine of a party in LA on Oct. 22 — when Lilo was snapped reaching for a wine bottle.

“At one point Lindsay was literally hanging on to a couple of her friends, like they were holding her up.”

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