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Lindsay Lohan will twitter for cash

HollywoodNews.com: Even though Lindsay Lohan’s career is stalled at the moment, due to her overdue stay at the Betty Ford clinic, Lohan has still found ways to make an extra dollar in the meantime. Apparently, Lindsay will tweet on your behalf for the right price.

Lohan, who is completing a court-ordered three month stay in rehab, was tweeting about a number of gift cards to her 1.4 million followers on Wednesday. The owners of TaDa, the company that Lindsay tweeted about had this to say on the situation, “We do not work directly with Lindsay, nor have any direct affiliation with her. She belongs to a promotion network, Mylikes, where TaDa publishes its sale content. Lindsay must have seen our sale today, liked it, and chose to promote it.”

It almost seems like the company want to distance themselves from Lohan, reports Celebrity Cafe. What do you think? Should the company be more grateful that Lohan is tweeting about their products?

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