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Letter-Writing Movie Boss Defends Lindsay Lohan

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May 10, 2007 | 6:03am EDT

The movie boss who wrote a letter to Lindsay Lohan reprimanding her for her tardiness on the set of Georgia Rule last year, has hailed the actress as a "nice, decent person."

Producer James G. Robinson infamously penned Lohan a stern letter, which was subsequently leaked online, in which he hit out at her "irresponsible and unprofessional" behavior.

However, Robinson insists Lohan is a pleasant girl.

He says, "She's 20 years old, one of the most famous women in the world. That's a lot for someone...

"She's a good person. She's a nice person. She is not a little bitch. She's a nice, decent person.

"She just likes to stay out too late at night."

And Robinson admits he scrapped a few drafts of his letter because of their angry tone.

He adds, "I wrote that letter six times. I started out being p**sed off. There was anger in some drafts, but I think I accomplished what I wanted to accomplish.

"And from that day on, she didn't miss any time. She came to work on time, knew her lines and, boy, she's a fantastic actor. She's probably one of the most talented."

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