Police responded to a domestic dispute at Lindsay Lohan's childhood home on Long Island Wednesday morning after an alleged fight between the troubled actress and her mother.
Nassau County Police said there was an apparent verbal argument that started as Lohan and her mother, Dina, were driving back from Manhattan early Wednesday morning.
Lohan apparently called her father, Michael, during the argument, and he or someone close to him called 911, police said.
Nassau County Police officers were waiting at the home in North Merrick when the car arrived and determined the argument was verbal, not physical.
They took a domestic incident report but have determined there was no criminality.
A message left with her publicist wasn't immediately returned.
When asked for comment, an unidentified woman who answered an intercom outside a locked gate at the Lohan home said simply, "Everything is fine."
Meanwhile, neighbors were forced to deal with the media frenzy brought on by the incident.
"I think that both of them need help and it's just an unfortunate situation and something you hate to see in this really nice community," said Merrick resident Karen Shields.
Lohan, 26, has had frequent brushes with law enforcement.
She was involved in an NYPD investigation about two weeks ago. She alleged a man had assaulted her in a Manhattan hotel, but charges against the man were later dropped.
"Its non-stop with them," Merrick resident Jeremy Pupa said. "They’re always in the news for the wrong reasons. What's the point of all this? It's crazy."
Lohan will appear as Elizabeth Taylor in the Lifetime biopic "Liz & Dick," airing on Nov. 25, and in the new film "The Canyons."
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