Lindsay & Dina Lohan Hug It Out After Heated Night

Lindsay Lohan and her mother, Dina Lohan, had a rollercoaster night after police were called to Dina’s Long Island home, but the mother and daughter appear to have made peace.

Nassau County police were called to Dina’s Merrick, Long Island home after a heated verbal dispute between Lindsay and her mother broke out about the use of Lindsay’s limo, TMZ reported.

Problems started while the actress and Dina were reportedly at New York’s Dream Hotel until 4 AM when Lindsay wanted to take her limo to her NYC hotel and Dina wanted to use the car to return Long Island. The Dream hotel is the same location where Lindsay ran into trouble last month for allegedly hitting a pedestrian (charges were never filed against her).

According to Lindsay’s dad, Michael Lohan, the actress asked him to call the police for her.

“Lindsay called me and asked me to call the police. She said that they were holding her in the limo against her will,” Michael claimed to Access Hollywood.

Additionally, Michael claimed that Lindsay told him that Dina broke her diamond bracelet and that Dina borrowed $40,000 dollars from her and will not give it back.

According to Michael, Lindsay told him, “[Dina] does the same thing to me she does to you – she tells me I am worthless and I don’t do anything for anyone.”

Police investigated and found “no criminality” in the matter, a Nassau County police a spokesperson told Access.

An eyewitness recounted the early morning spat to Access.

“I walked up [to] a limousine… Ms. Lohan was in front seat,” the eyewitness told Access. “Lindsay Lohan got out of the car and said she had enough of this… [and] threw her pocketbook in the air and then she walked around the limousine and inside the house.”

Despite the incident, on Wednesday morning, Lindsay and Dina were spotted by Access hugging at the Long Island home as luggage was being loaded into an SUV.

-- Jesse Spero

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