Lindsay Lohan News 2012: Fight With Mom Dina Calls For Police Intervention

The controversy-ridden Lindsay Lohan is back in the news again, only this time it involves her mother Dina Lohan as well. 

The Nassau County Police were contacted early Wednesday, Oct. 10, when "The Canyons" star began fighting with her mother in a limousine en route to North Merrick, Long Island. The 26-year-old allegedly suffered a cut on her leg when a diamond bracelet was broken during the ordeal. 

According to TMZ sources, the two Lohans were coming from a nightclub where Dina got "wasted." The quarrel was said to be over whether Lindsay would be staying overnight at her mother's home in North Merrick or at a Manhattan hotel. 

Reports revealed that Dina requested that the driver take her home to Long Island, in order to avoid spending money on a taxi, while Lindsay wanted to be taken to her NYC hotel. However, Dina was the one to prevail despite intense resistance from her famous daughter.

Nassau police spokesman Officer Eloise Abdullah spoke to the Daily News on the incident that transpired, saying the following:

"It was an argument between Lindsay Lohan and her mother. The police responded, and no further police action was taken. It was closed out. There were no injuries and no complaints followed. There is nothing else we can do."

A source close to Lindsay stated that her father, Michael Lohan, was the one who contacted the cops after she called him early on Wednesday with details of the altercation. 

The latest news comes a little over a week after LiLo had a physical confrontation with a congressional aide at the W Union Square hotel. Lindsay claimed that the aide choked and scratched her in a fight over pictures on his cell phone. In another incident, a Manhattan cook stated that Lohan, who is actually on probation for robbing a necklace, had struck him with her Porsche in Chelsea, NY. 

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