Erik reported a few days ago about Lindsay Lohan's "heat exhaustion," and how things were so bad that the poor thing had to be taken from the set of Georgia Rule to the hospital. Though her publicists insisted that Lohan's problems had nothing whatsoever to do with her off-set habits, one of the film's producers is having none of it, and wrote her a letter voicing his feelings. And, thanks to The Smoking Gun, the whole world now knows what Mr. James Robinson said.

In addition to showing up late or not at all for work, Robinson's letter accused Lohan of acting "like a spoiled child and in doing so ... [alienated] many of [her] coworkers and endangered the quality of this picture." Plus, the tough old dude (Robinson is 70, and clearly has no time for some spoiled kid's BS) is not buying any of her "Oh, I don't feel well" crap: "We are well aware that your ongoing all night heavy partying is the real reason for your so called 'exhaustion'. We refuse to accept bogus excuses for your behavior." Daaaaang!

By Monday, this is either going to spun like crazy by Lohan's flacks (who should be earning at least six figures for the gig), or she'll be off the movie.
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