The celebrity court queen is finally being recognized for her legal turmoil.
For almost a decade, Lindsay Lohan's court drama reigned supreme in gossip columns and on entertainment news programs, infiltrating water cooler talk for months on end. The actress has six mugshots that have widely circulated throughout the media, and it seemed like Lohan would never be able to escape a much-publicized court date even if she tried. Eventually, she was able to clean up her act, completing her customary community service hours and obeying the conditions of her probation.
Lohan has kept mostly quiet since moving to Europe and starting anew, avoiding any personal or professional blunders that could further hinder her chance at redemption in the film industry. However, it has been revealed that the Mean Girls actress will be the new spokesperson for lawyer.com, introducing her new post with a witty and knowing advertisement.
The video begins with Lohan admitting "when Lawyer.com first reached out to me, I was confused and a little scared because I thought I was in trouble. But when they asked me to be their spokesperson, I was intrigued."
The service helps individuals search for legal advice in different areas, from criminal justice to accidents/injury. Lohan even admits to having requested legal counsel from the website's trained professionals for "business ventures and found the response time and lawyer selection amazing", describing her role within the company as a "great opportunity to help people in need."
Lohan takes time to poke fun at herself by noting how "after talking to the team, I realised Lawyer.com is just about helping people, from getting a DUI… let’s not pretend like I didn’t get one… or two or three, or some others."
Peep the short clip below: