Lindsay Lohan is planning to write a tell-all autobiography.
The troubled actress has reportedly been in secret talks with publishers in London to land a deal to write her memoirs, accompanied by a video diary, and will leave no subject untouched.
A source said: "She wants to tell everything, even some of the stuff that happened when she was a kid growing up in predatory Hollywood.
"She wants to tell the truth in her own words -- about her folks, her job, her love life, the drugs, the parties, the highs, the lows, the lies."
The 'Mean Girls' star first considered the idea of writing a book when a list of 36 of her famous past lovers - including The Wanted's Max George, actors Jake Gyllenhaal and Colin Farrell and Coldplay's Guy Berryman - was leaked online, and hopes penning the tome will finally allow her to "start afresh" and move on from the past.
The source added to RadarOnline.com: "She hated that her past had come back to haunt her and had no control over what was exposed.
"Now she wants to start afresh with all her skeletons laid bare."
And the 29-year-old star is planning on dropping a number of bombshells in the book.
The source said: "Lindsay has so many secrets on some of the biggest powerful people in Hollywood."