Fox411 is reporting that Lindsay Lohan is receiving between $5,000-$10,000 for an appearance at an event, which is basically less than what Snooki makes for similar events. If you think about it, it makes perfect sense. They both bring similar things to the table (namely regurgitated alcohol), they’re both stand-up gals (you can pretty much depend on them to fall down on their ass at least once during an event), but were they fundamentally differ is that Snooki is like a cockroach that will survive the Seven Plagues and a Third World War and still turn up to an event ready to fight any bitch who’s in front of the tanning lamps she had the organizers installed whereas Lindsay Lohan’s death is right around the corner (at least according to her father who’s already scheduled a press conference to announce it). So basically cockroach slut trumps dead slut.
“When Lindsay does get paid for attending events, she now gets $5,000 to $10,000, basically less than Snooki makes,” a source close to Lohan told Fox411, referring to “Jersey Shore” reality star Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi. “It is sad and it is only getting worse. The few people that care about Lindsay want her to get help, but she is scared to trust anyone, thanks to her father, and she doesn’t want to hear this. We are worried for Lindsay and where her life is going.”
The friend said Lohan cries often and opens up emotionally to strangers.
“She will open up to young assistants that are dropping something off for her or helping her for an event,” the concerned pal said. “She needs good friends and she has none. Lindsay is in crisis.”
Most of the people on her payroll have walked away because she can’t pay them, and when they do line up work for her, it’s difficult to get her to show up, the insider added.
“Lindsay is really going through a lot right now. She feels like everyone leaves her and she’s all alone. The stuff with her dad this week going public yet again about her only serves to make her ignore help further,” said the source. “If she does get work, which is really rare anymore, someone has to basically be by her side to get her ready for the event or meeting and make sure she shows up.”