Lindsay Lohan's Mom Dina Loses Her Daughter's Childhood Home To Foreclosure: Report

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Lindsay Lohan's childhood home is gone. The former Disney star's mother, Dina Lohan, is reported to have just lost the property to foreclosure.

The Lohan matriarch has been embroiled in a legal battle for the residence for years.

Dina Loses The Legal Battle

The Blast obtained court documents that revealed that a New York judge ordered the property to be sold off after the family defaulted on the mortgage. It will be sold in a public auction 90 days from the order.

Dina reportedly did not show up to court to address the foreclosure lawsuit. She owes over $1.4 million, as of December 2017.

It's been a lengthy struggle for Lindsay's mother starting from 2013 when JPMorgan Chase sued her for foreclosure. The lawsuit did not push through after the two parties negotiated a deal between themselves.

In early 2018, JPMorgan Chase went back to court to demand for the property and foreclosure.

At one point, The Blast says Lindsay even helped out her mother to save her childhood home. The Mean Girls actress chipped in $40,000, but that didn't stop the family from losing the house.

The Lohan Family Troubles

The foreclosure is only one of the many problems that has plagued the Lohan family since they first came into the spotlight years ago.

Dina, who divorced Lindsay's father, Michael Lohan, in 2007, previously claimed that he never paid child support and would even harm her and Lindsay physically. For years, the former couple battled publicly and their daughter grabbed headlines with her mugshots for driving under influence, drug possession, and shoplifting.

Now, Lindsay, 31, assures all three of them are doing much better and on good terms. The actress showed up for a guest appearance on The Wendy Williams Show with her parents in tow.

"I think that, you know, in life, parents have their things together and sometimes the children are immersed in it and you just have to really step back and let your parents do what they do and figure out everything for themselves," she explains, according to Us Weekly. "And we all have a great relationship now so it's nice ... it's much simpler that way."

Lindsay is also getting her career back on track with the film Life-Size 2. The original film, which featured her and Tyra Banks, debuted in 2000 on the Disney Channel.

Banks confirmed to Steve Harvey that the former Disney star will be in the sequel on Freeform.

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