Actress turned drama queen, Lindsay Lohan shares headline with mother

Vampires, blood suckers, spiders, and rodents are all, part of the a night life in which Lindsay Lohan thrives in. And it just so happens that the actress turned drama queen has struck the top of headline news papers again. Drama has gripped the human race as far back as Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey. Today, it seems as though Lohan has cornered the market once again as police were called to the scene of a violent fight between the actress and her mother, Dina Lohan. Interesting however, Lohan has to share the headline with her mother.

What caused the ignoble incident? According to TMZ, Dina allegedly went clubbing in Manhattan Tuesday night, then went home at approximately 4 a.m. Sometime after she arrived home, cops were called to her home as a result of an alleged physical altercation involving Dina and her daughter Lindsay.

According to TMZ, law enforcement officers arrived at Dina’s Long Island home after receiving a complaint alleging that Lindsay was “being held against her will by Dina and her driver.”

No arrests were made, a domestic incident report was filed and that Lindsay Lohan — who may or may not have temporarily been held against her will by both her mother and the driver of the car that took them back to Long Island — allegedly sustained a cut on her leg because of all this lunacy.

Lindsay, 26, and Dina, 50, left at 4am and “began arguing in the car,” before the row escalated and “became physical.”

TMZ also report that a bracelet belonging to Lindsay was broken and “some property damage” occurred in the fallout.

The 911 call was treated as a “domestic violence” call by police, who took a Domestic Incident.

According to the New York Post, the 911 call drew a ‘small army’ of police to the house around 8.15am.
Witness John Scalesi told the newspaper: ‘She [Lindsay] was yelling “I’ve had enough of this!”‘

Nassau police Inspector Kenneth Lack told the newspaper: ‘It was just a verbal dispute in the vehicle. It was an argument between Lindsay Lohan and her mother Dina.

“Lindsay called her father and her father called police.”

Michael Lohan confirmed to the newspaper that Lindsay and Dina had been arguing in the car, but added: “It was a hell of a lot more than that.”

A photograph was taken earlier in the evening showing Lindsay in good spirits while posing with a random clubgoer at Electric Room, nightclub.

Lindsay, who appeared happy in relaxed in New York at the weekend, has been hitting the headlines for all the wrong reasons, despite trying to put her career back on track with Lifetime biopic Liz & Dick.

Most recently, she accused a fellow partygoer at a Manhattan nightclub of assaulting her after a late night out.

Twenty-five-year-old Christian LaBella was arrested on September 30 after an apparent struggle between the pair at the W Hotel where she was staying.

Police sources told the New York Post that LaBella, an aide to Illinois GOP congressman John Shimkus, had been accused of taking cellphone pictures of Lohan partying, leading to a violent physical altercation between the pair.

Police have said the star wasn’t seriously injured.

Law enforcement officials interviewed both Lindsay and LaBella and determined the accusations against him could not be substantiated and they said his arrest would be voided.

Apparently, both Dina and Lindsay have filed complaints against each other.

Ironically, Dina has not managed to escape controversy herself, recently appearing on psychologist Dr Phil’s TV show, where she slurred her words and appeared agitated.

She even flipped her middle finger at the TV host after he became frustrated with her seeming inability to answer his questions directly.

Dina strongly denied the accusations, telling TMZ: “I don’t care what it looks like. I’m fine and I don’t care what anyone says.” She claims clever editing was to blame.
Last month, a Manhattan cook charged that Lohan — who is on probation for stealing a necklace in California — hit him with her Porsche in Chelsea.

Previous incidents include: A minor car accident in West Hollywood, Calif., in 2005; a denial of a 2006 report by Vanity Fair, which said Lohan had admitted she had bulimia; a handful of rehab stints in 2007; Lohan arriving more than an hour late to a probation hearing related to impaired-driving cases in October 2009; and, a warrant being issued in June 2010 after a judge ruled Lohan had violated a court order not to consume alcohol.

In addition to “Mean Girls,” Lohan starred in such movies as “Freaky Friday,” “The Parent Trap” and “Liz & Dick,” premiering next month on the Lifetime channel, in which she played the role of Elizabeth Taylor; with Frank Lovece, Tania Lopez and Anthony M. DeStefano.

There’s no reason to believe Lohan’s night antic won’t continue to bring the her a treasure trove of free publicity, which the movie star can then cash in by with offers to play in movies simply because people curiously are puzzled and intrigued by her reckless lifestyle  So if Lohan drama is your cup of tea, don’t worry about missing out on the opportunity to bath in her drama, because you can bet she’ll have another headliner for you by the weekend, with or without her mother.


Contributor D. Chandler

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