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Lindsay Lohan Pays Up, Stereo Installer No Longer Suing



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Lindsay Lohan narrowly escaped being sued by her stereo installer this week. She paid up and now all is sweetness and light.

Stephen Clark, the man who installed stereo equipment in the “Mean Girls” star’s home while she was under house arrest, was so mad at not being paid he launched a vitriolic attack on her, branding her “a born druggie,” and took out a lawsuit.

Clark had been suing Lindsay for more than $1,100, claiming she stiffed him. Communication was civil at first but soon descended into insults.

In the first exchange, Clark wrote. “Hi Lindsay! Well, I sent you two invoices and several BBMs and texts. I have never heard back from you. So I guess you just aren’t going to pay for my labor or your equipment. I am sorry, but I cannot let that much money go.”

Lindsay responded with an apology and vowed to get the money to him that week. She said that the problem was that she was “changing business managers.”

But no payment was made and Lindsay Lohan stopped responding to Clark’s communications.

So Clark fired back angrily, “You’re a RECOVERING addict who goes to the Santa Monica probation dept. Should I share this as well? You’re a born druggie!”

The case was about to be heard in the small claims court. However, Lindsay Lohan has now paid up in full and the lawsuit was cancelled. Clark has now significantly changed his tune.

“Lindsay is actually really nice and I think my invoice got mixed up or something. It’s all good now!” he said.

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