Lindsay Lohan will take money from Charlie Sheen, but she won't accept more than half-a-million dollars to dance on a reality show, preferring instead to focus on her film career.
The gossip sleuths at TMZ discovered Tuesday that the troubled actress turned down "several offers" to appear on ABC's reality show "Dancing with the Stars."
According to the New York Post, the 26-year-old star of "The Canyons" wants to spend her time making movies, though the $550,000 offer would have been four to five times more than other contestants make.
"We don't comment on casting," a "DWTS" rep told TMZ.
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