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Lindsay Lohan’s laptop full of nude photos was stolen in China

The computer disappeared on LiLo’s recent trip to China.


Gaby Dunn


Actress Lindsay Lohan took to Twitter Monday to ask for help recovering a stolen laptop that she said was taken from her at an airport in China.

Starpulse reported LiLo, who was in the country being honored with a Sohu Fashion Achievement Award, tweeted on Monday about loving her time in Shanghai but being bummed that her laptop was stolen. The tweet has since been deleted.

Lohan tweeted, “…offering a reward for anyone who can retrieve and rtn it, bummer to go home w/o it. xo L.” The reward, she said, would be “”Whatever it takes.”

The tweet may have gone missing after notorious gossip site TMZ reportedthe laptop had nude photos of Lohan on it, as well as “personal correspondence from several celebrity pals, including Woody Allen and Lady Gaga.”

 Lohan told TMZ  the images were all from “various photo shoots that were never supposed to be released.”

The deleted tweets could mean either that the computer was returned or that Lohan changed her mind and doesn’t want it found now that its contents are public knowledge.

H/T Starpulse |  Photo by Avrila/Flickr

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