And it could be a lifeline for the Hollywood mom as RadarOnline.com recently reported that a judge just dismissed Dina's bankruptcy case, meaning she is not subject to any relief.
According to The Blast, sources close to the negotiations said Dina, 56, was asked by Celebrity Big Brother season two producers to compete in the edition which pits "stars" against each other in a house.
Dina's offer mentioned a "$100,000 guarantee," the web site's insiders say.
Plus, every time Dina survived one of the eight evictions, she would earn another $5,000, according to the pitch seen by The Blast.
The winner of the show would make a whopping $250,000 -- and a "favorite house guest," chosen by the viewers at the end of the season, is expected to pocket an extra $25,000.
So far, Dina reportedly hasn't decided if she'll join the houseguests but it would behoove her to consider it given her shaky financial situation exposed by Radar.
Court documents obtained by Radar showed that a New York judge signed off on the dismissal of Dina's bankruptcy filing after a trustee declared she had "negative cash flow."
The judge approved the dismissal on Friday, December 21, 2018. Court records showed that Mean Girls star Lindsay's mother was notified on December 23 or 24, just before Christmas.
Dina filed for chapter 13 bankruptcy in September. In the shocking documents, she claimed to be more than $1 million in debt.
The stage mom, whose battles with Lindsay's dad, her ex-husband Michael, are well known, also reported that her income was only $27,000 per year.
She has little time to decide on Celebrity Big Brother as the shoot is set to star Jan. 13. Stay tuned.
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