Someone might be shopping around nude photographs of Lindsay Lohan if a report is accurate. On Tuesday, the actress tweeted (via the New York Daily News) that her laptop was stolen at the Shanghai, China, airport -- but that wasn't the entire story.
The tweet said:
It was great to be in China and I want to thank everyone for their hospitality, however someone has stolen my computer at the airport …offering a reward for anyone who can retrieve and return it, bummer o (sic) go home without it.
The tweet has since been removed.
According to TMZ, the computer is highly desired, but not for sentimental reasons. Apparently, Lohan had a cache of nude photos of herself. They are reportedly from various photo shoots and were never supposed to be released.
It is unclear if there are any selfies in the mix.
In addition, sources say that Lohan claims to have "private correspondence" from a number of famous celebrities, including Lady Gaga and Woody Allen, which she wishes to keep private.
Lohan's now-deleted tweet offered a reward for the return of the laptop. It did not include an actual amount, however.