Lindsay Lohan will reportedly struggle to get another acting job after her "Ugly Betty" appearance was cut short.
The 'Mean Girls' star was set to feature in six episodes of the sitcom, but her run was cut to four shows, after she allegedly clashed with the program's star America Ferrera.
Industry experts warn that Lindsay's on-set reputation may hinder her being offered more roles in the future.
An insider said: "She's got no film work, and after this 'Ugly Betty' news, she's not going to land TV jobs either."
This is not the first time Lindsay has sparked upset during shooting. In 2007, she received a strongly worded letter from 'Georgia Rule' producer James G. Robinson for her "irresponsible and unprofessional" conduct after consistently arriving late on set and calling in sick.
Last week, it was claimed Lindsay's guest slot on 'Ugly Betty' was cut short because of her difficult behavior on set.
A source said: "It was a mess. Lindsay would show up every day with an entourage of people. She smoked 24/7, and after she left, they had to repaint her dressing room it was such a mess."
"Lindsay would refuse to go on set until America was there - it was a power play."