Police respond to dispute between Lindsay & Dina Lohan

Police were called to Lindsay Lohan's childhood home in North Merrick today after the actress and her mother got into a brawl. Nassau police say

NORTH MERRICK - Police were called to Lindsay Lohan's childhood home in North Merrick today after the actress and her mother got into a brawl. Nassau police say Lindsay Lohan and her mom, Dina, got into a fight. Police say they responded to a 911 call but say there was no criminality and no one was arrested. TMZ says the fight happened in the car after a late night of partying at a downtown Manhattan nightclub. The website says Lindsay called her dad, Michael Lohan, who called police. The celebrity website also says the fight ignited over money, with Lindsay claiming she gave her mom $40,000 to save their Merrick home from foreclosure. TMZ says fireworks erupted when Lindsay asked for the money back. This is the third run-in with police for the actress in the past few weeks.

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