The producers have already had to push back production to accompany her jail and rehab stints, and now that she faces another 30 days behind bars for violating her probation, they want her to sign a sobriety clause before they start shooting.
Inferno producer Chris Hanley tells E! News that a "sobriety clause" is being added to Lohan's contract. He said:
"Formally, the terms of the acting services agreement would be such that Lindsay would not violate any obligation she would have to fulfill with the court, with her probation, or with the production insurance...Informally, as far as I am concerned that would include being 100 percent sober, yes. The actual contractual wording would be more legal to include making sure the movie production would not be compromised in any way."
Lindsay's had 1001 chances to prove herself, yet she always seems to disappoint everyone. She doesn't think she has a problem so it's hard to convince her otherwise. Sadly, when (or if) this movie gets made, it'll most likely flop because her name is attached to it. Yes, it’s sad, but it’s true.