Lindsay Lohan doesn't want to be on camera, at least not when she's giving a deposition.
Lawyers for Lohan filed a motion on Wednesday seeking a judge's order barring any filming of the actress' upcoming deposition in a case filed by gal pal Samantha Ronson.
She also doesn't want transcripts or other accounts of the deposition introduced into public records. The documents state Lohan is afraid any videos or documents "will be illegally exploited by the media."
Ronson sued her former attorneys in May, claiming they failed to adequately represent her when she sued bloggers, including Perez Hilton. Ronson claimed the bloggers defamed her by writing that she had planted drugs in Lohan's car and was exploiting the actress to the paparazzi.
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