Lindsay Lohan’s mum gets sued over Lindsay’s early music deal
Lindsay Lohan’s mother is being sued by two music producers over an apparently half recorded album of Lindsay’s music.
Antonio Almeida and Mitchell Chait claim they signed a deal with Dina Lohan in 2002 and recorded half an album with Lindsay in 2002 and 2003. But then in 2004, Dina signed a contract with Casablanca Records who then produced Lindsay’s two albums, “Speak” and “A little more personal”.
According to a Las Vegas newspaper, Almeida and Chait are suing Dina to reclaim the tens of thousands of dollars they claim to have leant Dina for the music recorded before the Casablanca records deal.