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Big Snub — Tina Fey Doesn't Invite Lindsay Lohan To 'Mean Girls' BWay Premiere

Sep. 4 2018, Updated 6:56 p.m. ET

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Tina Fey and the other creators of the Broadway musical version of Mean Girls haven't invited Lindsay Lohan to the premiere, RadarOnline.com has learned.

Lohan has faced a world of trouble since she was a cute young actress starring in the original Mean Girls movie which came out in 2004.

Back then, future 30 Rock star Fey was the writer of the film and is now bringing it to the New York stage but "Tina and the other Broadway musical creators didn't invite Lindsay to the opening night show or after party," a source told Radar.

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"Having Lindsay attend would be a distraction and you never know what she is going to do. They want to focus to be on the great new musical they have created and not all the drama that surrounds Lohan.

"Plus, they have an opening bar at the after party and that could get messy."

Since shooting to fame in Freaky Friday and Mean Girls, when she was young and fresh, Lohan, now 31, has faced numerous legal and personal problems that have given her a train wreck reputation. She's struggled to get her movie career back -- and an ill-conceived reality show in which Lohan ranted at her assistants tanked in the ratings in 2014.

Sadly, the source said Lohan isn't welcome at the Mean Girls Broadway debut!

"Lindsay will be invited to see the show at some point in the future. She can see a regular performance when Tina and the press aren't attending," the insider noted.

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