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Troubled actress Lindsay Lohan and mother Dina Lohan are once again making headlines for all the wrong reasons. The two got into a loud argument after leaving a New York City nightclub together at 4 a.m. on Wednesday, TMZ reports.
In a recorded conversation taped as they rode a limousine back to Dina’s Long Island home, the two can be heard allegedly sparring over a loan of $40,000 given by Lindsay to her mother “to save her home from foreclosure.”
As the conversation grows more heated, Lindsay calls her father, Michael Lohan, and tells him, “She’s saying disgusting things to me. … I’m dead to her now.”
“This is what you do,” Lohan continues. “You ruin people. She’s like the f—ing devil right now.”
Lindsay also complains of having “a gash” on her leg from the altercation, and at one point says, “Dad, [she’s] on cocaine.”
According to the New York Daily News, the sparring continued once the limousine arrived at Dina’s home, where Nassau County police were waiting for the pair, based on a worried call from Michael.
The Daily News reports the father said the fight was over whether Lindsay would stay in a Manhattan hotel or return with her mother to the family home.
“It was an argument between Lindsay Lohan and her mother,” said Officer Eloise Abdullah, a Nassau police spokeswoman. “The police responded, and no further police action was taken.”
Later that day, Lindsay was spotted by reporters leaving the home on apparently better terms with her mother. Dina reportedly told her daughter, “Love you!” as Lindsay climbed into the back of an SUV.
Lindsay stars next in Liz & Dick, Lifetime’s highly promoted made-for-TV movie about Elizabeth Taylor‘s tumultuous relationship with Richard Burton. The movie premieres on the cable network on Sunday, Nov. 25 at 9 p.m.
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