Lindsay Lohan has reportedly been approached by a popular Russian talk show about dropping in for a chat. The only problem, according to the Hollywood Reporter, is that the network has deemed Lohan's alleged list of demands "unreasonable." The show, Let Them Talk, is hosted by popular Russian TV personality Andrey Malakhov.

A copy of Lohan's alleged contract proposal published by Life.ru and obtained by THR reportedly demands a "one-off $860,000 fee" for Lohan's appearance. Additionally, the contract purportedly sent to Channel One requests "full and effective security" for her Moscow visit, a "fully paid suite" at the local Ritz Carlton, and a moratorium on follow-up interviews with several people. Egor Tarabasov, Lohan's former partner, is reportedly listed as someone with whom the network is barred from carrying out "any form of interview" within a year of taping Lohan's appearance.

Malakhov claimed Lohan also asked for a meeting with Vladimir Putin, though the Russian president isn't specifically mentioned in the contract. "I don't know what she wanted to discuss with him," Malakhov told THR. "Probably Amur tigers or issues of people suffering from drug abuse." The network is now hoping Lohan will reconsider the conditions.

A Page Six report from earlier this month indicated that Lohan was currently in the middle of plotting a full-on Hollywood comeback. "She was telling people she is going to spend more time in Hollywood and on her comeback," a source told the publication after seeing Lohan at a birthday party in Sardinia, Italy. That news paired nicely with the previous suggestion that Lohan would, at some point, definitely be hitting us with a new album.