Lindsay Lohan has been banned from the Chateau Marmont hotel.
The Mean Girls actress has not paid up the $46,350.04 bill for a 47-day stay at the legendary Hollywood hotel—in which she spent over $3,000 on the minibar and $686 on cigarettes—in June and July.
The hotel's general manager, Philip Pavel, has told her she cannot return until the bill is settled.
In a letter obtained by TMZ.com dated July 31, he writes: "As you are aware from our previous correspondences starting on July 8, you currently owe the hotel a grand total of $46,350.04 in charges for your stay starting on May 30, 2012. I have enclosed a copy of your most up to date folio for your records.
"As we have made repeated attempts to resolve this pressing matter over the last few weeks without any resolution, I regret to inform you that we will no longer be able to extend any further credit for you to remain at the hotel."
She was ordered to be out of the hotel by 12 p.m. on August 1 and told not to return.
However, the bill would have been higher had Philip Pavel decided to keep the charges of $75 per day for use of the hotel's laptop, which he decided to waiver.
THE PRODUCERS. In her defense, Lindsay says she thought producers were going to settle the unpaid bill that has resulted in her being banned from the Chateau Marmont.
Sources close to the 26-year-old actress have told TMZ that the Mean Girls star was under the impression her Liz & Dick producers were going to cover the $46,350.04 bill, which she racked up during a 47-day stay at the legendary hotel in June and July while she filmed the TV movie.
Lindsay is said to have been shocked to learn about the charges and even more surprised to hear that she is not allowed to return to the hotel until they have been paid.
But the blonde star is thought to be happy to cover the cost of the bill if her producers don't pick up the tab.