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Elite Transportation and Security Services filed a lawsuit Friday against actress Lindsay Lohan for not paying for limousines she reserved for a few months in 2009.
Lohan reportedly reserved limos for family and friends between February and May of 2009. The suit was filed in Los Angeles.
However, the actress' spokesperson told OnTheRedCarpet.com: "We're not aware of any lawsuit. We haven't been served with anything, so we can't comment on a lawsuit that has not been served or seen."
Elite also states that Tri Star Sports and Entertainment Group, which managed Lohan, repeatedly promised to pay for the transportation in 2010 but never did so. The company also reportedly provided her with bodyguards.
The original bill was $32,515, with a VIP hourly rate of $55-$1,000. With accumulated interest, the price became over $90,000 by the end of August.
Lohan recently purchased a new, $80,000 Porsche.