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Lindsay Lohan: 'Double Exposure' photo shoot no-show "untrue"


By Christopher Rocchio, 06/23/2010 

Lindsay Lohan claims her alleged no-show for a photo shoot documented on Bravo's Double Exposure reality series was portrayed inaccurately.

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Tuesday night's Double Exposure episode showed the oft-troubled actress being at least eight hours late for a September photo shoot that was scheduled to begin at 11AM, forcing photographers Markus Klinko and Indrani and the rest of the shoots crew to stand around all day waiting for her allegedly imminent arrival.

However Lohan claims the depiction is "bulls--t."

"This couldn't be more UNTRUE. Sucks when 'friends' use you {in this case for ratings) even if they're lyin," wrote Lohan in an early Wednesday post to her Twitter account.

"As for Bravo and their false representation of me on their new show; I was given the wrong call time-now I know on purpose...it was a set up. I don't appreciate being used for press, and I'm sure others would agree!"

The Double Exposure episode -- dubbed "Is Lindsay Here Yet?" -- showed Klinko and Indrani arriving at 8AM and preparing their equipment for the shoot, which was for Lohan's leggings line.

"Lindsay's call time today is 11AM, and she has a reputation of being very late," Klinko said as he prepped his equipment.

"But it's cool with me because it's going to be fabulous to shoot her."

Jorge Perez -- the photographers' agent and Lohan's friend -- and her leggings line partners arrived around 10AM and began waiting for Lohan to arrive at the shoot, which was taking place on an unfinished floor in Klinko and Indrani's Manhattan apartment building.

However 11AM came and went with no Lohan.

"I'm not worried," said Indrani. "It's pretty rare for a major celebrity to be precisely on time."

Time continued to pass and after she was three hours late, one of her design partners received a text message that she was en route.

"Lindsay's been on her way for three hours," opined Indrani. "Manhattan's not that big."

Lohan still failed to show after seven hours, causing Klinko to question if she was even going to show.

"I don't think she's going to come," he said.

Indrani also thought it was "not cool" that everyone had waited all that time "just to do nothing."

"But hopefully she'll be here soon and we'll do some amazing makeup and we'll just shoot super fast," she added.

Klinko was a bit more realistic and told Indrani there was "nothing" they could do to "make up for the seven hours." Makeup artist Donald Simrock said Lohan's lateness was unprecedented.

"Given the weather for the day and everything else, you can expect maybe she's running behind -- but maybe not eight hours," he opined.

"I've waited for a lot of people. But I don't think I've ever waited this long for anybody. If I left right now it wouldn't be fair to Markus and Indrani. I hold my loyalty to them. But I think in a normal situation, to wait for eight hours, a lot of people wouldn't do it."

Klinko called the situation a "nightmare" from a "financial perspective" because Lohan would still need to spend a couple hours with the shoot's hair, makeup and wardrobe folks before he and Indrani would be able to begin photographing her.

"This is why we lose money on shoots," he said.

The episode concluded with Lopez calling Klinko downstairs for "a problem." Although Bravo's cameras were not allowed into the room, microphones captured audio from the conversation.

"What happened?" asked Indrani.

"I just got off the phone with Nate because they've been trying to get her," answered Lopez. "And she's like, 'Hey, we really tried, but she's not gonna come.'"

"What!?" replied Indrani.

A promotional clip for next week's Double Exposure episode showed Lohan being photographed.



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