Lindsay Lohan's exes have reportedly begged her to stop the controversy caused by her recently published list of alleged past lovers.
The Mean Girls actress made headline two weeks ago when a list, reportedly written by Lohan, was published by In Touch magazine.
The hand written note has been dubbed Lohan's 'sex list' and features some of the biggest names in music and movies, including Colin Farrell, Adam Levine and Heath Ledger.
"Lindsay's already been contacted by several exes, begging her to put a stop to it all. But she can't - the damage is done. Lindsay didn't attend for any of this to happen but she seems to have the whole male population running scared," a source divulged to British magazine Now.
Many names on the list are now married or engaged, including Justin Timberlake, Ashton Kutcher and Jamie Dornan.
The list was reportedly written in January 2013 during a girls night out at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
Lohan then apparently left behind the piece of paper, which was quickly snapped up by another reveller.
In Touch magazine decided against releasing all of the names at once, instead printing the list with certain names blacked out.
"Hollywood hasn't been in a panic like this since Heidi Fleiss opened her little black book in the '90s," the source added, in reference to the scandal surrounding former madam Heidi's famous clients.
The insider also revealed that one of the names blanked out, a wealthy married man, has offered 27-year-old Lohan $1million to keep quiet, though the list is no longer in her possession.
- Cover Media