Lindsay Lohan is offering a reward for the return of her stolen laptop.
The 27-year-old actress accepted the Sohu Fashion Achievement Award in China on January 6.
But the visit didn’t end very well, as Lindsay’s computer was swiped on her way back home.
“It was great to be in China and I want to thank everyone for their hospitality, however someone has stolen my computer at the airport…” she wrote to her over 7.6 million followers on Twitter Tuesday.
“…offering a reward for anyone who can retrieve and rtn it, bummer to go home w/o it. xo L,” she added (sic).
At press time, Lindsay’s machine had not been returned.
It’s unknown how much money the star is willing to pay to get the equipment, which could be storing important personal information, back.
Lindsay is currently filming a reality series for talk show queen Oprah Winfrey’s TV network OWN at least two days per week. The program is scheduled to air sometime this year.
Last month Lindsay was also offered a recording deal with label SMH Records.
She has already released two studio albums, including 2004 LP Speak and her 2005 effort A Little More Personal (Raw).
It’s rumored she wants her new songs to sound nothing like what she has previously produced.
“Lindsay’s really embarrassed by that music, it was really poppy and cheesy. She sees herself as far more credible now,” a source explained to British newspaper The Mirror recently.
“Jamie [Hince] is one of her idols – she loves The Kills and sees herself as a bit of a rock chick.”
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