Britney Spears' manager LARRY RUDOLPH has laughed off reports he is helping to re-start Lindsay Lohan's faltering career.
The Mean Girls star has become more famous for her turbulent private life than her Hollywood roles in recent years, having only worked on two movies since her 2007 flop I Know Who Killed Me.
According to TMZ.com, the actress/singer has turned to Rudolph - the man who helped resurrect Spears' career following her 2008 meltdown - to help her land more work.
But the music manager has denied the claims, telling Access Hollywood, "TMZ has a very vivid imagination."
Last year (09), Lohan reportedly asked Rudolph to help launch her own reality TV show.
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