Cops were called to Dina Lohan's Long Island mansion early Wednesday morning after a night of partying with daughter Lindsay Lohan went bad. The devious duo got into it while en route back to the house. Lindsay then called dad Michael Lohan and he notified the cops.
The pair took the fight outside around 8 a.m., according to onlookers.
"She [Lindsay] was yelling "I've had enough of this!' " witness John Scalesi told The New York Post.
No arrests were made.
"It was just a verbal dispute in the vehicle. It was an argument between Lindsay Lohan and her mother Dina," said Nassau police Inspector Kenneth Lack of the incident. "Lindsay called her father and her father called police."
However, Michael is now claiming that the whole fight was over a $40,000 loan Lindsay have her mother. What's worse? Dina was reportedly under the influence.
"Dad, she's on cocaine. She's like touching her neck, and s**t ... She's saying disgusting things to me ... I'm dead to her now," TMZ reported Lindsay as telling Michael.
We're sure there's going to be a bunch more said about this in the coming days. The Lohans may be a messed up bunch, but they aren't the only famous family that feuds.
Madonna Vs. Brother
Madonna may be worth millions of dollars, but her older brother is living on the street - and he says Madge won't help him!
"You'd think there'd be some more family loyalty, and that's not the case," Anthony Ciccone told the UK Daily Mail, adding that his sister is a "b***h."
"Just to communicate would be nice."
She's right to be wary of her family: Brother Christopher Ciccone wrote a tell-all book about her in 2008.
Kate Hudson Vs. Biological Dad
Kate Hudson might seem really nice, but she's uncharacteristically bitter when it comes to her real father, Bill Hudson. The elder Hudson wrote a book about "his side of the story" of life with Goldie Hawn and Kate titled "2 Versions: The Other Side of Fame and Family."
The problem? Kate wants nothing to do with Bill - she doesn't even consider him her real dad.
"He doesn't know me from a hole in the wall. But I don't care. I have a dad," she told Vanity Fair in 2000, referring to Kurt Russell, adding that "[Bill] was sort of in and out of our lives. I don't hate him for it. I guess what I feel is frustration and curiosity - like, what was it about me he didn't want to know?"
He's still hoping to reconcile with his famous daughter. Good luck with that one, Bill.
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