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Lindsay Lohan finally apologizes to Charlie Sheen

Lindsay Lohan keeps digging herself a deeper and deeper hole in many areas of her life. But it looks like she is finally trying to mend some fences, and she started with a thank you to Charlie Sheen.

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan is not doing too well these days. But don’t tell her that; it appears as if she doesn’t know. The actress recently found herself in trouble with the IRS, who said she owed almost $235,000 in back taxes. They have since seized her bank account as well as a storage locker she used.

But Lohan may be learning that she does have some say over her reputation, even if it comes too late. Charlie Sheen reportedly wrote the actress a check to help with her tax bill — up to $100,000 according to some reports. But he later complained that she never thanked him for the gift.

“Now sources close to Lindsay tell TMZ… LiLo didn’t mean to be rude and the reason she never got around to thanking Charlie personally is because her phone broke and she lost all her contacts — including the actor’s number,” said TMZ.

It seems like if Lindsay Lohan wanted to get Sheen’s phone number and really tried, she could have, but she also had another excuse for the lateness of the reply.

“Besides that, we’re told Lindsay got distracted trying to deal with her slew of legal problems — like getting arrested in NYC and the new criminal charges filed against her stemming from her PCH crash,” said TMZ, “and she simply lost track of time.”

Lohan has also been following around her new favorite boy band, The Wanted.

But it looks like she finally found some time for an apology. She reportedly saw the reports of Sheen’s comments and sent a letter and thank you flowers to the actor’s home (apparently she didn’t lose his address). According to TMZ, it was “both an apology and show of gratitude.”

There is no word on whether the bouquet of flowers was paid for by check sent from Sheen.

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