Lindsay Lohan released from hospital after car crash

Police believe drugs and alcohol were not to blame for the bisexual actress’ accident

Lindsay Lohan released from hospital after car crash
09 June 2012

Hollywood bisexual actress Lindsay Lohan was hospitalized, and later released, after her car crashed on the way to her latest film.

The Freaky Friday star accidently ran into the back of a large dump truck yesterday (8 June), and both Lohan and her male passenger was taken to hospital.

The preliminary investigation revealed that both vehicles were travelling on the Pacific Coast Highway when Lohan’s Porsche struck the rear end of the truck.

Police believe drugs and alcohol were not involved, but have not yet identified the cause.

‘Lindsay was involved in an automobile accident today on her way to the set,’ her publicist Steve Honig said in a statement.

‘She is fine and was released less than two hours later and is already headed back to the set to resume work.’

He added: ‘Fortunately, no one was seriously injured in the accident.’

Lohan is currently attempting to make a comeback after a string of court appearances over the last few years.

Later in the day Lohan returned to the set of her new Lifetime movie Liz & Dick, where she will be portraying Dame Elizabeth Taylor.

Lifetime issued a statement, saying: ‘First and foremost, we’re concerned about the wellbeing of Lindsay and anyone else involved in the accident.

‘Lindsay has been doing fantastic work on the set of Liz & Dick and we have no further details.’ 



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