Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan pays the government $93,701.57, but still owes $133,000, and goes AWOL on a 'Million Dollar Decorators' taping following an accident.  REUTERS

Lindsay Lohan has began paying off her tax debt, giving the government $94,000 for a 2009 tax lien and contributing some money toward a 2010 lien., the Los Angeles Times reported.

Lohan paid $93,701.57 on Dec. 12 to remove a 2009 tax lien; a portion of that also went toward her $140,203.30 tax debt for 2010.

The actress reportedly paid the debts using the $100,000 given to her by "Scary Movie 5" co-star Charlie Sheen, who has claimed that Lohan was slow to thank him for his generosity.

Lohan did eventually thank Sheen, sending him a thank-you note and flowers, TMZ reported. She claimed that her phone broke, causing her to lose her contacts, as the reason why she did not acknowledge the gift sooner.

Lohan still remains deep in debt, owing additional$133,000. It remains unclear how the actress plans tackle the remainder of her debt.

Meanwhile, Lohan's first appearance on Bravo’s "Million Dollar Decorators" is scheduled to air on Jan. 1.

The actress filmed an episode of the celebrity-home makeover show that also features such stars as Stacey Dash, Daisy Fuentes, Sharon Osbourne, and Amber Valletta; however, Lohan was not present for the reveal episode, following the $200,000 makeover of her new Hollywood Hills home, according to the Huffington Post.

“Lindsay Lohan is a legitimate client of Kathryn Ireland and as part of our show, we follow the redecorating process," a Bravo representative told Huffington Post.

"Lindsay was not available for the reveal shoot, but we were still able to capture the outcome, just like we do for many of the reveal episodes. The final reveal will be featured in the last episode of the season on January 8.”

After much speculation, it was reported that Lohan was unable for the taping shooting because she was hospitalized after an accident, according to Huffington Post.