Seriously, this would have to be a new record if it's true!
Less than a week after Lindsay Lohan was sentenced to three years of probation and psychological counseling for misdemeanor grand theft, the troubled actress was reportedly caught drinking AGAIN at a nightclub on Saturday night, which ultimately led to an altercation with a camera-happy fan!
According to an eyewitness who asked to not be identified, he and three fans sat at a table next to LiLo at the Paul & Andre Hollywood club where they observed her taking multiple shots with her friends!
However, when they tried to take a picture, someone in the hard-pAArtying actress' entourage grabbed the camera and threw it in a bucket of ice!
The source reveals:
“We didn’t press charges because we thought it was funny at first. We all were drunk. But then we figured out when we got home that the camera was broken because water seeped in. The memory card, though, was still good. Lindsay appeared to be ‘belligerently drunk.' She and her people were doing shots of something all night. She looked like she was falling all over the place. She was being stupid. When she grabbed my friend’s wrist, another woman who was with Lindsay grabbed the camera. She kept saying ‘I need that camera’ over and over again. So the woman got it and sunk it into the ice bucket. We were sorta leaving and we didn’t want to cause any more trouble.”
And, like clockwork, her new publicist, Steve Honig responded by saying:
"I don't have any knowledge of this alleged incident whatsoever."
Ha! Well, of course NOT, would he?!
Sounds to us like someone didn't want the world to know that this brand new, remorseful and repentant La Lohan was about as convincing as her performance in I Know Who Killed Me!
Such a shame, we really wanted to see her clean up her act.
Fingers crossed that this is all a vicious lie, gurl! Time to grow up - and OWN up!
[Image via WENN.]
Tags: camera, caught on tape, charges, drinking, entourage, hard paartying, la lohan, misdemeanor grand theft, nightclub, paul and andre hollywood, probation, psychological problems, publicist, steve honig