Lindsay Lohan found unconscious in hotel
Lindsay Lohan was found unconscious in a California hotel room Friday morning, according to ABC7 Eyewitness News.
UPDATE 4: Dina Lohan tells The Huffington Post:
"Yes, she's OK. She was working through the night and wrapped at 6:15 this morning. She's home now sleeping. She's doing a great job.
UPDATE 3: Lindsay Lohan's publicist, Steve Honig:
"Lindsay worked a grueling schedule the past few days. She was on set last night at 7 pm and worked through the night until 8 am this morning.
Lindsay was never taken to a hospital; reports to the contrary are false. She is resting now and is hoping to be back on set later this afternoon."
Honig credits Lindsay Lohan's non-responsive state to exhaustion and dehydration.
UPDATE 2: Lindsay Lohan's attorney tells ABC7, "She's fine."
UPDATE: TMZ reports that after paramedics determined that there was "nothing wrong" with Lindsay Lohan, they left the hotel and did not transport the actress to a hospital.
Lindsay Lohan had reportedly been hard at work, filming her forthcoming movie, "Liz and Dick," for almost two days straight and checked into the hotel to catch up on sleep.
PREVIOUSLY:Lindsay Lohan has been hospitalized after being found unconscious in a California hotel room.
ABC7 Eyewitness News reports that Lindsay Lohan was found in the penthouse of the Ritz-Carlton in Marina del Rey before paramedics were reportedly called at 10:15 a.m. and the actress was transported to a nearby hospital.
"She's fine and we're hoping she will be released soon," a friend of Lindsay Lohan's told Radar Online.
Lindsay Lohan was briefly hospitalized last week after she collided with an 18-wheeler on a Los Angeles highway. The actress did not sustain any injuries from the collision.
Troubled star Lindsay Lohan, who is shooting the Elizabeth Taylor biopic "Liz & Dick" these days, was found unconscious in her hotel room.
Paramedics were called for her rescue after producers failed to get hold of the 25-year-old actress but they left after finding nothing medically wrong with her, reported E! online.
Lindsay Lohan's representative has blamed lack of sleep and dehydration for the actress' health scare on June 15 and said she will resume shooting today.
"Lindsay has been working a gruelling schedule for the last couple of days. Last night she worked from 7 pm to 8 am. She was exhausted and went back to her room to sleep.
"Producers were apparently concerned and called the fire department and paramedics found her sleeping but determined that she was fine, just extremely exhausted and slightly dehydrated. She is on her way home now to rest and will be back on set later today," Steve Honig, Lohan's representative, said.
Lindsay Lohan's mother, Dina, has also assured fans the actress is doing well.
"She's fine! Long days but she is doing an amazing job," she said.
The incident occurred exactly one week after Lindsay Lohan was involved in a car crash with a large truck in Los Angeles.
Lindsay Lohan's Crazy Week: Car Crash, Porn Star And Paramedics
If your week involved smashing a Porsche into an 18-wheeler, being linked in headlines to a porn star, and having the paramedics called to your hotel room, there's a pretty good chance you are probably James Bond. Or Lindsay Lohan.
Of course, one of those folks is fictional. The other is very much real — and just had a really crazy week. Yes, the Lind-sanity is still with us, as the actress wrapped an impressive seven-day stretch that began with a car wreck (and hospitalization), rolled right on with some salacious headlines and wrapped with some drama at the Ritz-Carlton (and a rumored hospitalization).
Here's a look back at Lindsay Lohan's rather hectic week, one that would give any mere mortal (or secret agent) pause. But not her.
Friday, June 8: Lindsay Lohan is taken to the hospital after smashing her Porsche into an 18-wheeler on the Pacific Coast Highway in Santa Monica. Luckily, she wasn't seriously injured — though the same couldn't be said for her vehicle, as photos showed the Porsche with a severely damaged front end, a smashed windshield and a deployed airbag.
Monday, June 11: Reports surface that Lindsay Lohan may have lied to police about just who was driving the car. She had originally told responding officers she was sitting in the passenger seat, with her assistant behind the wheel, which supposedly didn't corroborate with the story her assistant told police. Uh-oh.
Tuesday, June 12: Lindsay Lohan's name is attached to "The Canyons," a Hollywood drama from writer Bret Easton Ellis that will also feature adult-film star James Deen. Lindsay Lohan will reportedly play Tara, girlfriend to Deen's Christian, a "trust fund kid, power player and major manipulator, who is a film producer that enjoys filming his own three-way sex sessions."
Thursday, June 14: "The Canyons" producer Braxton Pope acknowledges Lindsay's reputation to MTV News, saying, "What's kind of lost in a lot of the Lindsay discussions is the fact that Lindsay is a very talented actress. She's very charismatic and she has a lot of acting skills. So her lifestyle and some of the things that she's gone through have tended to kind of overwhelm the fact, but Lindsay has kind of real talent. So for this part, we felt that she was really the right actor for a host of different reasons."
Friday, June 15: A California news station erroneously reports that Lindsay Lohan had been taken to the hospital after being found unconscious in a hotel room. While paramedics had been called to her penthouse at the Ritz-Carlton, they left the scene without the actress, and her reps insisted that all she was suffering from was "exhaustion and dehydration" and said Lindsay Lohan was actually napping after a grueling stretch of shooting the upcoming Lifetime movie "Liz & Dick."