Is Lindsay Lohan broke? The starlet was embarrassed when her credit card was reportedly declined at 1Oak nightclub in NYC this weekend. Lohan was trying to pay a $2,500 bar tab for herself and her friends when her plastic was rejected. So just how bad is her net worth?

“Lindsay freaked out when her card was declined,” a source said. “Her friends and others in her group had to chip in to cover the bill.”

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This is not the first time Lindsay Lohan has faced rumors that she's broke. Earlier this year, two other Lohan credit cards were reportedly rejected when she tried buying $300 worth of merchandise in Soho. There were even rumors that Lohan’s longtime assistant quit in March because the actress could no longer afford to pay him.

And Lindsay Lohan’s net worth has been declining for several years. She even allegedly failed to pay income taxes in 2009, 2010, and 2011. So the troubled actress may be going broke despite receiving $2 million from for her OWN reality series.

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“Only Lindsay could get paid such a large paycheck and once again be in dire financial straits,” a source said of Lohan’s net worth. “After Lindsay’s manager, agent, publicist [and taxes] were paid … she was left with $750,000 This was last year, and Lindsay has never been able to save any money in her life. Her reality show has been sold overseas, but she will only get $250,000. That money gets divided up among her team, and Lindsay is left with less than $100,000.”

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Lindsay Lohan’s poor film career is not helping her net worth. She has reportedly not starred in a film grossing $100,000 or more since 2007.

At least Lohan will have some more money coming in soon. The actress is set to star in the play Speed-The-Plow on London’s West End. But considering how quickly she supposedly blew through Oprah Winfrey’s millions, she will probably remain close to broke for the foreseeable future.