But despite an earlier report from local affiliate KABC, Lohan was not actually rushed to the hospital.
“We responded … for a medical rescue at 10.15 this morning for a patient in their 20s,” a paramedic spokesperson told Celebuzz. “The patient was evaluated by fire department personnel and was not transported.”
TMZ added Friday that a private doctor was sent by the Liz and Dick production team after Lohan complained of exhaustion. The doctor then “called the hotel and asked someone to check on Lindsay. Someone from the hotel went to her door, ‘checked on her’ and determined she was ‘unresponsive,” according to the website. A phone call to 9-1-1 was subsequently placed.
The news comes just one week after Lohan, 25, was involved in a car accident, in which she slammed her black Porsche into the back of an 18-wheeler.
Lohan is currently in Los Angeles, where she is filming the Lifetime original movie Liz & Dick, about the life of two-time Oscar-winning actress Elizabeth Taylor.
In wake of the news, Celebuzz spoke to Lohan’s father, Michael Lohan, who said, “I do not know anything, I am trying to find out. Let me find out.”
Phone calls were also placed to the Ritz-Carlton, which had no comment, and Lifetime. Celebuzz is awaiting a response from the network.
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