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Fine? How can she be "fine" if a doctor had to be called?
Lindsay Lohan gave the world quite a scare today as it was reported that paramedics were called to her Marina Del Rey penthouse after she was found unconscious.
However, the truth of the matter, according to her rep, is that Lindsay is safe and sound and in perfect health.
Moments ago her attorney Shawn Holley released a statement on the news, saying:
Lindsay Lohan was found unconscious at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Marina del Rey.
She had been filming Liz & Dick non-stop for the past two days. Once she finally went to bed, she apparently went into a deeeeep sleep, noticed by her friends when they failed to wake her up.
As soon as paramedics arrived, they were able to conclude all was well with the sleepy bear. She was NOT transported to the hospital.
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Jack Johnson never sang any songs about the dangers of surfing!
As a kid, Andy Garcia “almost died” after his surfboard knocked him unconscious when he tried to catch a wave.
He hasn’t been surfing since.
“You know what, I actually almost died surfing when I was a kid. I was 11 or 12 and I was hit by a board in the face. It knocked me unconscious. There was nobody around for 100 yards. I was a skinny, small kid and the board must have been eight feet high. Anyway I've never surfed again after that."
We wouldn’t want to surf again either!
[Image via Nikki Nelson/WENN.com.]
Ironically, Dr. Conrad Murray was on his way to meet with his lawyers to plan his defense against his Michael Jackson manslaughter charge.
The doctor stabilized the young woman by using the plane's emergency kit to set up an IV and monitored her until the plane diverted to Albuquerque, NM.
The woman, who was traveling with her 11 month old baby, told sources say that when she regained consciousness, the doctor was standing over her and told her, "You probably know me. I was Michael Jackson's doctor."
She responded by saying, "Thank you so much. Thank you for helping me even without knowing me."
A rep for Murray's legal team, Miranda Sevcik says:
"We're not surprised. He's a good doctor, we've always said he was a good doctor, and that's what good doctors do is save people."
Well, at least he was able to save one life…
[Image via Houston Chronicle/AP Images.]