Dina Lohan needs rehab after violent fight with daughter Lindsay
Lindsay Lohan and her mother Dina have been pictured hugging on the steps of their Long Island family home after getting into a violent fight in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Lindsay Lohan, 26, gave her mother an awkward hug despite the fact that only hours earlier, she had made a desperate phone call to her father Michael alleging her mother was “on cocaine”.
According to TMZ, Lindsay and Dina Lohan were in their limousine returning from a night out clubbing when Lindsay told Michael to call the police, fearing her mother was kidnapping her.
TMZ has an audio recording of the call where Lindsay Lohan is heard telling her father that the row erupted “over $40,000”, and claims Dina threatened to “call the cops on me”.
Lindsay Lohan is heard screaming: “Dad, she’s on cocaine. She’s like touching her neck, and s***. She’s saying disgusting things to me… I’m dead to her now.”
The website reports that Dina Lohan had drunk four glasses of wine but eaten nothing before the encounter.
The website also reports that Lindsay gave Dina $40,000 to help save her home from foreclosure. But last night, Lindsay Lohan wanted her money back.
Lindsay Lohan is overheard telling Dina: “This is what you do. You ruin people,” before telling her father: “She’s like the f***ing devil right now. I have a gash on my leg from what happened.”
She then gets increasingly hysterical, adding: “I asked her to give [the money] back and she’s like <<You’re sick, you don’t give me anything, you don’t do anything for child support>>.”
“You do everything for everyone,” Michael Lohan tries to reassure his daughter. And he adds: “She’s horrible Lindsay.”
Earlier, Lindsay Lohan can be heard trying to get the driver to pull over, while Michael insists Dina is “kidnapping” her.
Lindsay Lohan then tells her father: “She’s throwing your f****** kids out and she’s threatening everyone in the car.”
Meanwhile, the actress is also reported to have told her mother she “needs to go to rehab”, a source told Radar.
“Dina went absolutely ballistic when Lindsay said this to her and insisted that there was no reason for her to get treatment,” the insider added.
“Lindsay is very concerned about her mom though and tried to convey this to Dina, but she was very emotional and tired. Lindsay even told her mom that she shouldn’t be going out to clubs with her and should act more like her mother and less like her friend.”
A bracelet belonging to Lindsay Lohan is also claimed to have been broken in the fallout.
Law enforcement officers arrived at Dina Lohan’s home after receiving a complaint alleging that Lindsay was “being held against her will by Dina and her driver”.
Meanwhile, Michael Lohan told website Hollyscoop: “I called the police at Lindsay’s request. [Lindsay] even asked that I record the conversation because she was being held against her will by the limo driver at Dina’s instruction.”
The altercation happened after mother and daughter went to the Electric Room nightclub in the Dream Hotel in New York City together, leaving at 4:00 a.m.
Police took a Domestic Incident Report but made no arrests.
According to the New York Post, the 911 call drew a “small army” of police to the house around 8:15 a.m.
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.”
A photograph was taken earlier in the evening showing Lindsay Lohan in good spirits while posing with a random clubgoer at the club.
Lindsay Lohan, 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.
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