It’s still under wraps what she’ll be doing with the matching service (which has nearly 3,500 Twitter followers), but in an Instagram post on Sunday the actor shared a snap of herself with some representatives, including the hashtags “#MYNEWPROJECT” and “#comingsoon.”
Lohan didn’t include any further details about her partnership with the New Jersey-based company, but she has mentioned the brand once before on Twitter. Back in October, Lohan was considering suing Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) for remarks he made at her expense, and wrote in a now-deleted tweet that she was “glad [she] found lawyer.com” that week:
Whether the partnership pre-dates her October tweet or was born out of it remains to be seen. What is clear is that Lohan has had a rocky couple months in the media. In addition to her back-and-forth with Kardashian, she’s also caught flack for remarks she’s made in defense of disgraced studio head Harvey Weinstein.
Lohan recently announced plans to launch a makeup line with her sister Ali.