By Cara Alwill
It looks like Lindsay Lohan is finally getting her priorities in order (at least we hope!). According to Page Six, Lindsay is hopping on a flight to India to film a documentary with the BBC to help impoverished children, and “is excited about escaping the drama of LA and doing something real.”
Lindsay’s wild-child reputation has always been at the forefront of her career, and sources say this trip could help change that. "Lindsay is trying to better herself and get away from her party-girl image. She wants to be taken more seriously," an insider tells Life & Style magazine.
The drama in Lindsay’s life over the past few years seems to continue to escalate. Between her on-again off-again relationship with DJ Samantha Ronson, to the public feuding with her father, Michael Lohan, Lindsay has not had a break from the spotlight. Hopefully this trip will bring a positive focus to the actress and allow her to shake some of that bad press.
The details of the documentary are vague, but it seems like it will be about the trafficking of women and children in India. Lindsay returns to LA on December 12th, and will continue her charity work by donating toys to LA children’s hospitals.
What do you think of Lindsay's charitable efforts?