Lindsay Lohan arrives at the 70th Cannes Film Festival in 2017.
This would be perfect poetic justice: Lindsay Lohan is the new face of legal directory Lawyer.com.
“When Lawyer.com the first reached out to me, I was confused and a little scared because I thought I was in trouble,” regrets Lohan, the former troubled child star who in the previous years was undoubtedly the celebrity most in need of a lawyer.
Lohan, who now seems to be more optimistic about her shortcomings, was a reference to her numerous run-ins with the law in an excruciatingly apt-advertisement “Lawyer.com is just to help people. Of getting a DUI, let’s not pretend that I have not one, or two or three.”
In a less-than-inspiring move for all those who have worked to graduate from the law school, the “Mean Girls” star, whose legal problems have a whole column of their own to extrapolate, has signed Lawyer.com paid spokesperson of a year for an unknown sum.
At least the lawyers know where to find her.
This article originally appeared in the New York Post.